Projects / Nagzilla


Nagzilla was designed to be a Jabber relay "bot", in that it sits quietly in a room until it gets a message to relay to either a chat room or a person. The early work was based on several simple examples out on the Internet, but would just keep logging into a room every time the bot had something to say. It was made a daemon, which allows it to get Nagzilla alerts from various systems and event creators. Nagzillac (the client program) accepts any string input and makes it into a Jabber message. This should work with Google Talk (as it's Jabber-based), but that is untested.

Recent releases

  •  26 Jul 2009 04:39

    Release Notes: The ability to send color coded messages was added. A better command line client was added. Presence sending and receiving was added. The foundation was laid for more rapid future changes.

    •  28 May 2009 19:33

      Release Notes: Configuration file handling has been fixed.

      •  28 May 2009 16:03

        Release Notes: This release adds some rudimentary IP address access control. Multiple client support has been finished. A utilities directory with a couple of stress testing bash scripts has been added.

        •  18 May 2009 18:29

          Release Notes: This release adds patches to ease Debian packaging.

          •  28 Jan 2009 18:30

            Release Notes: Inline comments have been replaced with above line comments.


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