About

My name is Conrad de Wet, you can find more information about me at:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/conrad-de-wet-5488a79/

Since the beginning of my entrepreneurial career, back in 2004, my focus has been on developing technology that is commercially viable and customer-centric. Although I enjoy rolling my sleeves up, it gives me tremendous pleasure to see my highly committed team succeeding (even when the standards have been set near impossibly high).

The past 9 years (2010-2019) at Euphoria Telecom has been an amazing journey, however the most fulling moments that will stick with me the longest are the testimonials from customers where the product we delivered, and the service provided has made positive impact on them, their staff and their business.

My goal is to inspire, teach and generally give back to the community, that has given me so much over the years. In this channel we will dive into Asterisk, and what cool things we can do with it. This channel is for you if you are: interested in telephony, Linux, Asterisk, electronics, DIY, development, home automation, and cloud computing. Join me, and let’s have a ball.

How to Support these projections or make a donation: /support-and-donations/

See you soon.

9 thoughts on “About

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    2021-11-19 at 2:27 pm
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    Dear Conrad,

    I am writing to you on behalf of the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt in Austria. We are participating currently in a research project (https://www.careaboutcare.eu/) and found your Browser-Phone github project.

    We are wondering if you would be willing to license this under a different license than the AGPL because we could use some of your great code in our project but can’t open source the whole project.

    I would really appriciate if you could get back to me to discuss possible terms.

    Thanks and have a nice weekend,
    Philipp Kolmann

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    • Conrad
      2021-11-24 at 3:32 pm
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      Thanks for contacting me, i’ll reply privately.

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    2021-12-18 at 6:27 am
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    Conrad, what you make is amazing!
    Is there an option to have a simple authentication webpage asking only the user his/her sip username (optionally, with or without (predefined) sip server host name) and sip password. Upon successful auth, this webpage then redirects the BrowserPhone, populating (or, optionally, not populating) the rest of the user account’s info, and immediately connects to the sip server? Please, add this super amazing option. Thanks in advance!

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    2022-01-20 at 3:42 pm
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    Hello sir, I really like what you do.
    I am looking to make a Browser Phone with Ubuntu for Raspberry Pi but port 443 is not listening, what should I do?

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    • Conrad
      2022-01-29 at 7:26 am
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      Hi William, Thanks for you feedback
      Port 443 is a system port (0 – 1024), so only if a service is running as root will it be able to listen in on that port and only if something else isn’t already attached.

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    2022-01-24 at 6:18 pm
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    Dear
    I am professional web developer
    I have some problems related with webrtc web sip phone development
    If you have time, please contact me
    I need your help really.
    From Mikalai

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    2022-01-25 at 8:19 am
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    Dear Conrad,

    I found your Browser-Phone github project.

    That solution is great. so I gonna use the solution in my platform.
    but my platform is different from your platform.
    About these, I would like to hear your suggestions.

    Best Regards
    Mikalai Saviski

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