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      • pramsky
        {disk_free_limit, 5242880},{channel_max, 0}
      • mc_
        yeah, you might start a forum post to discuss there
      • i'm curious if others have made changes to that setting yet
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      • AnGrYfUrBy
        mc_: sadly i didn't get a chance to watch
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      • nuttynet
        mc_: got a sec?
      • mc_: as far as groups are concerned, a group is a group is a group? So a group id can be a ring_group, or a page_group, or just a group for security purposes, such as in the case of validating permissions on certain features?
      • Is the above true?
      • mc_
        nuttynet: afair a group is a list of device_id | user_id | group_id
      • in most contexts
      • so you can have a sales group with all sales people, a dev group for all dev people, and a company group with sales_group + dev_group
      • nuttynet
        mc_: so then issuing PUT /v2/accounts/{ACCOUNT_ID}/groups is sufficient to create a generic group that can be used to list user_id's that are permitted to access a certain feature?
      • mc_
        right, if you want to manage the group that way
      • nuttynet
        mc_: how else would you manage it?
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      • on another note, can you use a list of user_id's for schema param approved_user_id? For example could you do {approved_user_id: "user_id1", "user_id2", "user_id3"}
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      • mc_: ^
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      • or rather {approved_user_id: ["user_id1", "user_id2", "user_id3"]}
      • mc_
        no
      • i think you need to make a group for that too
      • nuttynet
        nuf said. Thanks :)
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      • pramsky
        mc_, looks like thats an issue with librabbitmq 0.5.2, the channel_max issue was fixed in librabbitmq 0.7 and current available rpm is 0.8.2 but it fails dependency checks for kazoo-kamailio
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      • forum_user_603
        Hey guys, anyone know when the next trainning is in NY ?
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      • pramsky
        mc_, for knm_vitelity.erl, should_lookup_cnam() is hardcoded to false. Is this by design or can I work on a PR to make this a bit more configurable ?
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