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Display Mumble server status connected
Creator Ashpownderz
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Description:
Greetings, does anyone know if we can display a Mumble sever status display on our guild sites like we can for Ventrilo and Teamspeak?

If this is not built-in, is there a way to create, grab and post some code to display server/users connected to our Mumble server on our sites?

Thank you in advance for any help/tips provided.
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4358 days ago
Chops Said:
You're the first request for mumble status. The mumble script isn't completely ready yet, but it's actually something that's in the works.
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4356 days ago
Bigmommah Said:
Quote by Chops
You're the first request for mumble status. The mumble script isn't completely ready yet, but it's actually something that's in the works.



And this, my good sir, is why we tell everyone how awesome this service is and why we faithfully fork over the dough every year. Oh, and your avatar is from one of the greatest movies of all time.

We are migrating over to Mumble so knowing that you're already working on giving us the status availability that we have had with our Ventrilo server is awesome.
That is all. =)
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4319 days ago
Jubilance Said:
Is there any update to this? We recently switched over to mumble and would love to incorporate it into our website.
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4286 days ago
Elofax Said:
We just switched to Mumble as well. Looking forward to seeing the Mumble status script implemented!
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4286 days ago
Chops Said:
This is a top priority right now. I'm expecting it to be deployed to live within a couple of weeks. Lots of stuff on the way
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4285 days ago
Chops Said:
Quick question for those of you running Mumble: Are you hosting it yourself, or are you using another hosting company? If you're using a company, which one?
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4279 days ago
Elofax Said:
Thirteenth Legion is using a hosting company, Command Channel (www.commandchannel.com).
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4277 days ago
Azriel1500 Said:
My guild also switched to Mumble recently to see how we like it. The in game overlay of ppl talking on the voice server is very nice. But switching from vent after 4 years is a big change.


I'd love to have the ability to view Mumble status on our web page.


We are hosted by http://mmo-mumble.com/


On my admin page it gives the below explanation on how to add this widget to my guild web page. Not sure if this info will be helpful.


To include the server viewer in your website, you will need to make two changes to your website.


1. Add jQuery to your website's <head> section. If you are already using jQuery, you can skip this step.

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.4/jquery.min.js"></script>

2. Add the widget script to your website's <head> section.

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://static.mmo-mumble.com/javascripts/jquery.murmur.js"></script>
<link href="http://static.mmo-mumble.com/stylesheets/xwidget.css" media="screen" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />

3. Add the viewer to your website

<div id='murmur-server-status'></div><script type='text/javascript'>
//<![CDATA[
$("#murmur-server-status").murmur({ id: 300, host: "http://mmo-mumble.com", token: "4b6be7ac49564abc5f0110d2e95d9c6f31862779" });
//]]>
</script>
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4277 days ago
Chops Said:
The mumble stuff is turning out to be a bit more complicated than I originally expected. Unlike Vent and Teamspeak, you can't just remotely connect and check the status. Mumble requires special programming server-side, and it's looking like more mumble hosts are setting it up their own way: the first one linked in this thread has a custom PHP script for querying, the second one linked at least provides a javascript solution (infinitely better).

And if anyone is self-hosting, then the only option currently would be for me to write a custom app you'd have to install on the server.



Azriel, you should be able to get away with adding this to menu category:

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://static.mmo-mumble.com/javascripts/jquery.murmur.js"></script>
<link href="http://static.mmo-mumble.com/stylesheets/xwidget.css" media="screen" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
<div id='murmur-server-status'></div><script type='text/javascript'>
//<![CDATA[
jq_preload(function(){jq("#murmur-server-status").murmur({ id: 300, host: "http://mmo-mumble.com", token: "4b6be7ac49564abc5f0110d2e95d9c6f31862779" });})
//]]>
</script>


If that doesn't work, let me know, and I can find a better solution for you.
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4277 days ago
Chops Said:
I should say that this complication to get the mumble status stuff has me looking into adding Mumble hosting.

Would any of you be interested in using Mumble built into the site?
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4277 days ago
Elofax Said:
We'd certainly consider switching to a dkpsystem-hosted Mumble, Chops. We're on month-to-month with Command Channel (they had decent pricing and reliable-looking hosting), so making a switch wouldn't be particularly onerous for us.
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4276 days ago
Azriel1500 Said:
So I copied that script and pasted it into Add/Edit Menu category in menu Admin, doesn't seem to be working. Not sure if thats what you meant by adding to menu category.



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We are currently paying monthly for the service and would be willing to switch if the pricing was similar.

Besides Mumble seeming to be superior to other voice services the pricing for pay as you go on http://mmo-mumble.com/ is much more affordable to pay monthly as apposed to ventrilo, they seem to charge quite a bit more if you don't pay for the entire year. Around $40-50 more, where mumble is only like $15.00 more for the year if you pay monthly, which is what most guilds that have clan pay do.


I think that alot of people may be switching to Mumble simply for the in game overlay that comes with it. Unlike Teamspeak and Ventrilo where you'd have to use a third party mod.

In this video the person talking in mumble shows in the upper right corner of the screen. Player name and an optional avatar will show up in game.








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4276 days ago
Chops Said:
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I think that alot of people may be switching to Mumble simply for the in game overlay that comes with it. Unlike Teamspeak and Ventrilo where you'd have to use a third party mod.


I actually used mumble briefly (I want to say about two years ago now, so I haven't tried it since) in the past with my gaming-mates, though they preferred the sound of Ventrilo, and that's what I currently use. Mumble had two things going for it that I loved: the delay was significantly less than Vent (Vent seems to have an innate quarter-to-half-second lag for processing), and the vocal positioning (something that was MIGHTY handy playing Left 4 Dead, lemme tell ya).

Overall, I quite liked it, but my mates did not, and so with Vent we sit. Admittedly, it was a pretty early beta version, and I haven't tried it since. I can only imagine it's much improved now, and it might be worth giving it a second shot

The significant cost of Vent over Mumble comes from the premium Ventrilo hosts have to pay to Flagship Studios, while Mumble, being free open-source software, does not require such a premium.


Azriel, I'll have to tweak that script a bit. I realize I missed something that would cause it to not load properly.
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4276 days ago
Azriel1500 Said:
Ah okay, thanks for the help.


And believe me getting all your members to switch over to a something other than Vent, especially if your like us and have been using Vent for 4 years now, is not easy. The only reason this is able to happen is because we're between expansions and have time to slowly introduce ppl. If it was mid raid season I would probably not wanna mess with it.
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4276 days ago
Azriel1500 Said:
Well, I followed the instructions the mumble host gave me and it appears to be working, though it doesn't fit well.
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4267 days ago
crangelag Said:
The guild I'm in uses mumble and we have had it displayed on our guild pages since we got it (1 yr ago).


Mumble is hosted by 'very games'. Our guild site is Synergie
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4266 days ago
Chops Said:
Indeed. Some Mumble hosts seem to provide useful status scripts (Which is the way we did vent and TS status back in the day before we had our own system for connecting).

I'd rather have an easier to use system, though, since it's completely understandable for a non-savvy user to balk at copying-and-pasting javascript. Indeed, most users would prefer to just enter a host and port and get the status embedded into their site without hassle.

That's my ultimate goal, but doing this with Mumble seems problematic, as every host seems to do it differently (there isn't a universal remote query protocol for mumble yet, as it relies on local communication on the system itself).
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4235 days ago
Jubilance Said:
Our guild is using a host called Sabrienix : (http://www.sabrienix.com/voice/mumble)

They do have a knowledgebase page about setting it up: https://portal.sabrienix.com/knowledgebase.php?action=displayarticle&id=5

I browsed through it but it doesn't seem to provide any specific configuration other than a few links to mumble Readers, and a knowledge base article off mumble's support page.

I would definitely consider going to a dkpsystem hosted mumble server
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4234 days ago
Chops Said:
Mumble hosting is something that is being very seriously considered at the moment .
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4098 days ago
ag Said:
Hi Chops et al,

I'm wondering if any more progress has been made on this front. Our guild is in the process of moving from vent to mumble and the viewer would be nice to have.

Sabrenix/Mumbledog supports fetching channel and user data via Mumble's very own supported standard, the Channel Viewer Protocol ( http://mumble.sourceforge.net/Channel_Viewer_Protocol ). There are no keys or passwords required; the data is returned in a fairly simple format. You can see an example:

http://dallas.mumble.sabrienix.com/mumble.php?port=34861

After some further hacking, I did manage to get a basic viewer up via javascript, but it's going to take some refinement to 'pretty up.'

WRT the interest in a dkpsystem hosted mumble server... Sure, as long as it is reliable. We're dumping vent because we constantly had to figure out who had a server we could use as a backup when ours went down on Branzone.

Thanks.

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4097 days ago
Murderah Said:
Have yall updated the forums to have Mumble ready? IM on the verge of getting Mumble and was wondering how i can get it to show on the site like vent/TS does?
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4097 days ago
Chops Said:
It's not ready yet, but it's still on the table.

I'll look into that viewer, and see what can be done to accommodate that.
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4002 days ago
Celysa Said:
Checking in to see the status of a mumble viewer. Our guild just switched to Mumble and we too would like to have the status view on our website.

Thanks!
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3858 days ago
Imperium Said:
We just switched to Mumble. Any progress on this viewer?

Thanks Chops
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3849 days ago
Imperium Said:
If you are now good with code you can go with MMO-Mumble. They have a cut and paste viewer.

https://mmo-mumble.com/
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3808 days ago
Nitesbane Said:
Chops, what's the status of Mumble? Any chance of us getting a server status any time soon?
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3802 days ago
thethugs Said:
Checking in on the Mumble status as well.



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3799 days ago
Chops Said:
Definitely this month.

I've declared February to be a "No videogames month" for me to get things done
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3798 days ago
Nitesbane Said:
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I've declared February to be a "No videogames month" for me to get things done


I'm so sorry! I hacked one together myself using a script provided by my host. It's ugly, but it works.
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3762 days ago
Chops Said:
So I was a couple of days late with this, but Mumble Server Status has been added. It's contingent on your mumble host supporting the JSON encoded Channel Viewer Protocol (CVP), which is an increasingly common method of supporting.

You'll need to get this URL from your vent host. I know for fact that MMO-mumble.com supports it, and I'm pretty sure mumble.com supports it as well.
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