dgsmonX 0.2.2 released

I just released dgsmonX 0.2.2 (project page). This version should hopefully work again with DGS 1.0.15 (see previous post). If you encounter any issues, please let know by email.

Please note that to ensure responsible use of DGS resources (as requested in the DGS FAQ), I have implemented a minimum monitoring interval of 5 minutes (or 300 seconds). If you have configured a shorter interval, it will be automatically adjusted when you launch this version of dgsmonX for the first time. The minimum interval only applies to automatic checks, manual checks can still be triggered anytime you wish. Thank you for your understanding.

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DGS quick status page accepts user ID and password as arguments

The release of the Dragon Go Server software version 1.0.15 thoroughly broke dgsmonX because DGS no longer accepts unauthenticated game checks via quick_status.php. While working on a fix for this I happened to notice that quick_status.php accepts user ID and password as arguments. A corresponding URL looks like this: http://www.dragongoserver.net/quick_status.php?version=2&userid=foo&passwd=secret.

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Little Go 0.8.1 released

A couple of days ago Little Go 0.8.1 has been released to the App Store, and today I have put up the source tar ball on the project page. Even though the new version has only 2 new things it's definitely worth the upgrade: You'll get an important bugfix and a new spiffy app icon (contributed by Daniel Máslo).

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Site maintenance

This site is undergoing maintenance: I am in the middle of upgrading from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7, and as you can see for yourself quite a few things do not yet work as they should. Thank you for your patience while I try to get everything back into shape.

Update, 19 June 2012: Most of the site should now work again as before. The former site theme (Sky) unfortunately is no longer available with the same design, so for the moment I'm leaving the site on the core theme, Garland. On the plus side: Comments are now protected again with reCAPTCHA.

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Evaluating free UML tools

I just completed another round of evaluating free UML tools. It's been a longer project, so I wrote down the results on a separate page. Have a look if you are interested. If you just want to know who won: It's Astah.

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