While I was helping out with the process by which we introduced our new phone system – making decisions, doing research, and coordinating things – I was talking on Skype, as I often do, to a tall Dutch girl. That tall Dutch girl gave me an idea to celebrate TBRN’s innovation as well as its past, in a way that matches TBRN’s ethos. Pretty clever considering that TBRN’s listenership, until this year, was devoid of any tall Dutch girls.
I am almost sure that, in any of its incarnations, no internet radio station has ever had a phone system like TBRN’s. I am completely positive that no phone system has ever had a personality like TBRN’s, because TBRN’s personality is, and always has been, unique. However, all technology is at some point retired, and we at TBRN, inspired by a tall Dutch girl and approved by the entire staff, have decided to release the custom code, as well as the prompts, of our retired phone system. As Andre says, it’s “A Peace of the Past”. And yes, that name is intentional, as well as the incorrect “peace”.
This custom configuration file and prompt set was in use on February 10, 2016, which is the date the snapshot was taken. TBRN’s phone system was redeveloped because the version of Asterisk – 1.6 at best – was aging. As such, these files are being released with absolutely no warranty for curious perusal only. NO support shall be provided. Period. We especially do not recommend creating a phone system based on this code, as it is 7 years old at best and designed for an ancient version of Asterisk…in dial plan. Yes, that means it isn’t portable, either. But if you happen to be a geek, an archivist, or just want to hear those old voice prompts again, You may download this peace of the past. Happy splicing, dicing, and viewing!