The „wrongversion“ module for Mumble Moderator checks the version information of Mumble clients connecting to your server and sends them an update notification if their client is older than the latest available version.
A user reported that in some cases it was not possible to register new users with a suffix…
Few months ago I posted here that we use so called „low bandwidth“ channels for our users so they can decide whether they want to listen to audiobots sitting in their channels (see here). This is sometimes needed because when local muting a bot the user still gets the voice stream and this consumes traffic.
If you don’t want to waste traffic, go to the „Low BW“ channel.
The problem was that almost in every channel there were a linked subchannel named „Low BW“.
Whenever a user sends a Video URL to Youtube this modules sends the information in the format „channelname :: videoname“.
It distinguishes between channel messages and private messages and sends its message accordingly to the channel or the private receiver only.
Because of a bug the antiflood module for „Mumble Moderator“ did work when a user was in the „exclude_from_antiflood“ group and spammed anything that were not mute/deaf state changes.
This is now fixed in the latest update.
I wrote a new module for MuMo which adds suffixes to user names based on their operating system.
With the Get-Support module on a Mumble-Server a user named „Testuser“ can write to a channel something like:
!helpme I have a question about blablabla…
Then all members of a supporter group get the message:
Support request from Testuser:
Subject: I have a question about blablabla…
A supporter can then help the user and remove the request when finished.
Der MumbleModerator ist ein Framework, das mit Hilfe von Modulen die Funktionalität eines Mumble-Servers erweitern kann.
Das hier beschriebene Modul mit dem Namen grouptag ermöglicht es, hinter dem Namen eines Benutzer automatisch die Gruppenzugehörigkeiten anzeigen zu lassen.
MumbleModerator is a framework to extend your Mumble-Server with so called modules.
The module named grouptag adds a list of group memberships to a username.