MFC-R2 support in Asterisk trunk

I am glad to announce that MFC-R2 support has been merged into Asterisk trunk. Today I just got an e-mail from Russell, the team lead of the Asterisk development team confirming the merge and that the upcoming version Asterisk 1.6.2 will be the first one having built-in support for this signalling.

More details in the following commit: http://lists.digium.com/pipermail/asterisk-commits/2009-March/031735.html

I want to thank all the people that supported the development of OpenR2 with code, testing and build infrastructure. Particularly thanks to:

Neocenter, company located at México, Distrito Federal, that supported the development of OpenR2 from the very beginning, even when I myself was not even sure it could work. Thanks Octavio, Pop and Alejandro.

Sangoma Technologies For their sponsorship during all this time.

Digium Inc for creating Asterisk.

Alexandre Alencar for all his contributions to the project in different areas.

There is obviously more people that has contributed, you all know who you are 🙂

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