We are happy to announce the release of VoIP Drupal Beta 3!
Among other things, this version incorporates the following changes:
* Bug fixes of different kinds
* New commands added to VoipScript
** addBeep(), to make beeps on the phone
** addLog(), to facilitate debugging
** addRunIvrMenu(), to make it easy to create complex interactive menus
* Changed parameter sequence of addSay()
* Renamed addSendSms() to addSendText() and included new parameters to indicate which channel to use (SMS, IM, etc.)
Inspired by public demand, we are organizing the 1st ever VoIP Drupal webinar on Thursday, May 12th @ 1pm EST!
As part of this webinar, you will learn about VoIP Drupal, a new framework that makes it easy to build websites that literally pick-up the phone, make calls, record messages, broadcast audio, and more.
Join us in this hands-on session to learn about the internal workings of the VoIP Drupal platform and create your first Drupal site that makes and receives phone calls.
What: A hands-on introduction to the VoIP Drupal platform
Date: April 23, 2011 @ 1pm-3pm EST
Location: Media Lab (http://whereis.mit.edu/?go=E14)
Presenters: Leo Burd (MIT Center for Future Civic Media)
Here is the footage of last week's VoIP Drupal announcement at DrupalCon Chicago 2011:
During the week of March 7th I will be in Chicago spreading the word about VoIP Drupal.
In particular, I will be organizing the following talks and sessions:
It is with great pleasure that I would like to announce the first release of the VoIP Drupal platform!!
VoIP Drupal is an innovative framework that brings the power of voice and Internet-telephony to Drupal sites. It can be used to build hybrid applications that combine regular touchtone phones, web, SMS, Twitter, IM and other communication tools in a variety of ways, including:
Today we released audiorecorderfield.module, a module that enables users to record audio contents directly from the browser, with a simple click of the mouse (http://www.drupal.org/project/audiorecorderfield/).
It has been about 5 years since I started asking for that sort of capability in Drupal sites. At that time, I was working with underserved youth who did not have regular access to computers and, in many cases, were semi-literate. I knew they had a lot to say and would love to express their stories online. However, to expect them to do so in writing was too much.