A recent hack to nocat, pioneered by DonPark and MichaelCodanti, allows users to view a status page describing who's connected to the node, and various configuration parameters of the gateway. By default, you can view a node's status page by loading http://<node ip>:5280/status.

For examples, see Node113 Node143 Node155, and Node162

JerrittCollord was thinking outloud, and mentioned it would be really cool if we could get NoCat to do an RSS output of various status variables and then we could import it into a single page, like this one, sort of like UnifiedRecentChanges. This is a call to all you NoCat hackers. DonPark is trying to get xml-rpc to work with NoCat, so you can interface with it programatically and remotely.



NodeStatusPage (last edited 2007-11-23 18:01:21 by localhost)