I just got tired to start all over again.
For every one of the hundreds of routers I configured…
Googling the advanced commands,
tackling silly faults because I forgot to add a command,
looking for best practice,
waiting for Notepad++ to update plugins so I cant start editing the config,
and every other one of the endless scenarios that frustrated the hell out of me while configuring VoIP IOS.
So I decided to automate it.
I created a config tool for CUBE and SIP GWs to save my tormented soul.
You can use it freely for your benefit and contribute at will.
This is what you can currently do,
scroll down to see how you can help and get acknowledged.
Let’s build something meaningful together.
What it means to contribute
If you’re a new open source contributor, the process can be intimidating.
What if you don’t know how to code? What if something goes wrong?
Not to worry! There are all sorts of ways to get involved with an open source project, and a few tips will help you get the most out of your experience.
You don’t have to contribute code
A common misconception about contributing to open source is that you need to contribute code.
In fact, it’s often the other parts of a project that are most neglected or overlooked.
You’ll do the project a huge favor by offering to pitch in with the following types of contributions:
Do you like to design?
Do you like to write?
Do you like organizing?
Open Source is a community effort.
Clearly, open source is more than just code.
Successful open source projects include code and documentation contributions together with conversations about these changes.
Offering a place for people to report problems, ask questions, and suggest fixes or improvements are also a core part of any project’s success.
That’s why I’m currently building a forum to manage this project and properly licensing the files under a free GPU license.
some content is based on github.com/github/opensource.guide used under the CC-BY-4.0 license.