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Asterisk includes a set of standard sound files in various formats. The core part of that collection in Russian, by Maxim Topal, is contained in various encodings in packages asterisk-core-sounds-ru-*; this package registers these through the alternatives system to provide the default "ru" and "ru_RU" (Russian) sounds.
asterisk-core-sounds (1.4.22-1) unstable; urgency=low [ Lionel Elie Mamane ] * Allow any format (not only gsm) to install alternative for language * Add myself to Uploaders [ Tzafrir Cohen ] * New upstream release. * Switched to a multiple source-tarball. - svn-buildpackage requires patch from http://bugs.debian.org/577140 . * Use a dep5 copyrights file. * Added russian sound more»
Changes since 1.4.0: * Added prompts for multiple entry directory support. * Added missing prompts for queue and voicemail applications. * Added many new punctuation prompts. * Added prompts for app_followme. * Trimmed silence from all files. * Added missing prompt 'es/vm-youhaveno'. * Added additional channel name prompts for ChanSpy. * Added additional prompts fo more»
Format: http://www.debian.org/doc/packaging-manuals/copyright-format/1.0/ Upstream-Name: asterisk-core-sounds Source: http://downloads.asterisk.org/pub/telephony/asterisk/ Comment: Including full text of licenses, as they are included by Upstream. Files: * Copyright: 2003-2010, Allison Smith Comment: The CREDITS file: Recorded by: Allison Smith (http://www.theivrvoice.com) . Financial Contrib more»