Mumble-Server web interface
mumble-django is a Django web interface application that configures a Murmur server. It is able to create and remove vservers, start/stop them, and configure them.
Furthermore, registered Django users can sign up for user accounts on the configured vservers and change their registration names and passwords.
This package contains a fully functional Django project that runs as a standalone web application. Use this if you do not have a Django-driven website that you could integrate mumble-django in.
Main Features: * Channel viewer * Detailed server configuration via Django's Admin interface (for the hoster) * User registration: Users can register and manage their accounts themselves * Granting/revoking membership in the Admin group * existing server instances and users are recognized during installation * Admin group members can configure basic settings like MOTD and server password via the web interface, without getting access to settings like maximum user count and allowed bandwidth * Does not require access to Murmur's database * Setting users' textures * Munin plugin that graphs the user count on each server instance * Reusable: via the python-django- mumble package, the Mumble app can easily be integrated into other Django projects * Extendable: Writing Python scripts that access mumble-django's database and use its API to interact with Murmur is easy
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