I tested my Dockerized Mumble-Ruby-Pluginbot setup on a „512 MB / 20GB SSD / 1000GB Traffic“ Virtual-Server from DigitalOcean for 5$/month using the „One-click app“ on „Docker 1.12.3 on 16.04“.
Mumble-Ruby-Pluginbot is a Mumble-Ruby based, extensible bot which can play audio, be fed by different sources like Youtube, Soundcloud, Internet radio and it can be completely controlled via text messages within your Mumble client.
I created my first Dockerfile and it builds such a Mumble-Ruby-Pluginbot or many of them if you want :)
Mal wieder ruhige, bassige Musik :)
Das komplette Album höre ich seit Wochen immer wieder mal 24/7 an.
gomumblesoundboard is an audiobot for Mumble which you can control through a local web interface.
Aber der Mitte wird das Album richtig gechillt; wow.
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“.
The first track is amazing.