Speech synthesis for asterisk is an Asterisk AGI script that uses Google Translate to convert text to speech and play it back to the user. It supports a variety of different languages, local caching of voice data, and a choice between 8 kHz or 16 kHz sample rates to provide the best possible sound quality along with the use of wideband codecs.
Kisdnmonitor is a KDE applet for isdnserver. It monitors the B-Channels of your ISDN cards, shows each incoming/outgoing call in a popup window, calls while the user was absent and logged out (the PC has still to be powered on), the duration of a call, the costs of outgoing calls, and a list of all calls with editing and find options. It allows printing the list in the row order and sorting order you set up. Totals are calculated (time, duration, and costs). It is linked to kaddressbook (edit amd insert). It shows email addresse(s) of the caller in the context menu (if available), and statistics to graphically view the data. You can configure the main window toolbars.
JRemote Control is a simple Bluetooth remote control. It allows you to initiate virtually any task on your PC from J2ME and Bluetooth enabled mobile devices. An easy-to-use program interface is provided to allow you to create your own configuration to map tasks on your PC to remote device commands. Additionally, any output task can be shown directly on your mobile device display. The default configuration supports mplayer on the Windows and Linux platforms. Additional packages are available.
VoiceBuntu (formerly Ubunterisk) is an Ubuntu-based live CD that uses Asterisk and VoiceOne to provide VoIP service without any system installation process. VoiceOne is a Web-based GUI for the Asterisk PBX. Ubunterisk can be used as a phone client as well as a PBX server. Ubunterisk can be administered either remotely or by accessing its local GUI. A capser-rw filesystem is used to store the system's data persistently.