Using Bootstrap Theme

For quite a while I have been using the basic jquery objects to build up a somewhat spartan RoseNMS. With the newer versions of TurboGears using bootstrap for the underlying CSS framework I thought there were plenty of bootstrap related themes, surely I can find one that suits.  The theme had to have enough examples […]

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Renaming RoseNMS

Today I have pushed all (or hopefully all) the required differences in the source files to change the name of the project.  Originally it was called Rosenberg NMS, named after a lizard or heath monitor that lives in this parts.  The name was cute but cumbersome. I’ve cut it down now to just RoseNMS with […]

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Rnms now using TurboGears 2.3.2

While the website might of been idle there has been a great deal of work behind the scenes (unless you’re looking at github) updating and improving RoseNMS, the python based Network Management System. The code has had a great many changes including: Updating the TurboGears based code to 2.3.2 Simplifying the admin back to TG […]

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First Look at RoseNMS screens

More work has gone into the various GUI screens for RoseNMS. While still early days, these screenshots give an idea of the final program. The maps have been updated and now just use CSS for layout, rather than hard calculating the coordinates using javascript. This gives a cleaner and more fluid look to the maps. […]

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RNMS on GitHub

Rosenberg NMS is now found on GitHub at https://github.com/csmall/rnms The code is still pre-alpha but it is now available to try out.  This means you can try out this new network management system. I have done this to hopefully shake out some of the bugs before the first release.  The program has minimal documentation but […]

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