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UPDATE: Das Video vom Vortrag ist jetzt online!


Österreichische Unterschriftenaktion gegen VDS (mitmachen und weitersagen!)

AnonBox-Projekt des CCC

DuckDuckGo (Diskrete Suchmaschine)

Wikipedia-Eintrag zu Vorratsdatenspeicherung

Digitalks Social Graph (Beispiel für Netzwerk Visualisierung)

InterVPN – Übersicht mit vielen VPN-Anbietern

Tor – The Onion Router

TKG 2003


Verfassungsklage gegen Vorratsdatenspeicherung

Österreichische Prepaid-Handies–schweiz/uebersicht-oesterreich.php

ARGE Daten zur Vorratsdatenspeicherung



VDS – Verstoß gegen Grundrechte—verstoss-gegen-grundrechte-004958

IF WE DON’T, REMEMBER ME. (Living Stills)

fuck you very much – Blog (immer eine gute Inspiration)

Richtlinie 2006/24/EG über die Vorratsspeicherung von Daten

Zypern (Balls of Steel)

Irland und Slowakei dagegen!49123/

Sehr gut reflektierte Beiträge zum Thema


CCC-Studie zur VDS

Arbeits-Kreis Vorratsdatenspeicherung Österreich

Richtlinie 2006/24/EG über die Vorratsspeicherung von Daten


When I first played around with asterisk in 2006, I was overwhelmed by all the different options and features that this full fledged open source PBX comes with. Back then I installed an administration front-end called FreePBX. This freely available UI helps you configuring all different and complicated scenarios easily. You don’t have to touch the text-based asterisk config files.

Due to some stupid errors on my behalf, I had to do a new setup of my telephony system, recently. Again, I decided to use FreePBX as a management interface, but this time with Asterisk Version 1.6 underneath. The documentation always refers to the older 1.2 version, but using Asterisk 1.6 (compiled from source) works without problems with FreePBX.

Now, it is very easy to configure features like conference rooms, waiting queues, voice menus and blacklists (for those annoying phone marketers). In order to receive calls, I registered a bunch of numbers (for different purposes) at sipgate. In Germany, it is necessary (since ) to proof that you are living in the respective location you are registering the number for. Sipgate Germany solves this via verification letter or fax.

If you got interested in playing around with your own installation, then check out the following pages:

Tell me about your experiences… especially if and how you got fax working 😉

fuck you very much widgetOut of personal dedication to a genius photo blog, I decided to do one of my first Android applications for The fuck you very much widget is a home screen widget that randomly displays miniatures of the photos along with the comments as posted on this blog. If one clicks on the widget, all the actual photos can be flipped through in a slideshow-like view. The application updates the feed on an hourly basis and has a fall-back mechanism for times when tumblr happens to be offline.

Keep in mind that this application – due to the mildly erotic content – would never become available for iPhones (except for jail-broken ones). So enjoy your freedom being an Android user and install this free app from the market by scanning the code with the Barcode Scanner app on your Android phone (Android version 1.6 and above).

For my part: I love this photo blog and find it very entertaining. You definitely should give it a chance – even if you are not owner of an Android phone.

new weblog

Posted: August 9, 2010 in general

As I am planning on investing some more time in Android development, I opened up an independent blog which is not directly related to my other activities as an IT professional. I hope I will be able to submit posts on a regular basis here 🙂