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Date: Sat, 19 Oct 2002 20:27:42 -0400 (EDT)
From: David Sugar
To: Ruben I Safir
Subject: [hangout] Re: Good news and great news!
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I will probably come by fairly early on Tuesday, since there is still a
lot of little things to do to prep for Wed. I am going to distribute out
an announcement of the Bayonne 1.1 release plans later this evening or
On Sat, 19 Oct 2002, Ruben I Safir wrote:
> On 2002.10.19 12:19 David Sugar wrote:
> > The Bayonne telephone system development is far enough along now where I think
> > we will be able to successfully demonstrate it on Wed (23rd) at Cuny. There
> > may still be work being done on it as late as Tuesday night, but enough
> > already functions that I think it will be okay :).
> > Also, I have made arrangements for transportation to bring a bunch of stuff
> > over Tuesday, and to get all my stuff back out on Wed. evening or Thursday
> > morning. I will be bringing the test server, my laptop, a bunch of phones,
> > and a line simulator for trunking.
> > The operational features I would like to demonstrate include intercom calling,
> > trunk call selection (dial 9), call transfer, hold/park/pickup/recall, call
> > hunting, and hotlining, as well as ivr driven station calls with a self
> > running demo that rings a phone for attention, though the latter may be what
> > takes Tuesday night to complete :).
> That would be SUPER
> Figure out Pricing
> We're staging in Brooklyn on Tuesday Nite!
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