Projects / RoboCommish


RoboCommish is a Perl-based Fantasy Football League(s) Management suite. Features include automatic weekly game downloads and statistic processing; independent multi-league scoring; report generation (text and HTML) and extreme customizability. The Perl implementation is intended to be OS agnostic -- both Unix/Linux and Windows distributions are available.


Recent releases

  •  11 Jun 2001 18:34

    Release Notes: Major changes include remote player db download (including proxy support), a new league setup GUI, scheduling functions, and new default and backup webpage stats parsers. Minor changes include miscellaneous bug fixes, interior code streamlining, and exterior GUI polishing.

    •  27 Sep 2000 07:55

      Release Notes: This release adds selectable parser functionality, and includes a selectable NANDO webpage parser. It also includes enhanced runtime roster checking, and bugfixes to OT game parsing, player adds, and anyweek updating.

      •  07 Sep 2000 16:37

        Release Notes: This release adds a fix for yet another format change by USA Today, fixes for some serious multi-league and player database bugs, and an 'Add Player' function in the GUI Player Select widget.

        •  25 Aug 2000 07:50

          Release Notes: This version now parses the new statistic format on USA TODAY's site. Also fixes database history bug, GUI display bugs, and other minor command line glitches. Adds some friendliness tweaks to draft and player move tools.

          •  12 Jul 2000 05:41

            Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement.


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