Nagstamon 3.0.2 brings back previously lost Retina compatibility for macOS users. This obviously is an improvement: Nagstamon 3.0 lost Retina Nagstamon 3.0.2 got Retina back
Despite testing for months there still are bugs in Nagstamon of which some are fixed now: some trouble with Zabbixnon-working filters for Op5update detection and self-signed certificates Get the bugfix relase 3.0.1 at https://nagstamon.ifw-dresden.de/download.
During the last year a lot of contributions to Nagstamon contained many improvements and new features – so many, that a new major version number is justified. The changes include: added Kerberos authentification added increased security by taking TLS seriously added window mode added large OK label for fullscreen and …
Nagstamon 2.1 20170810 is about to become the next stable release. To make sure it deserves this tag it still needs some testing. Help out by grabbing your free copy at https://nagstamon.ifw-dresden.de/download/#unstable and report any bugs to https://github.com/HenriWahl/Nagstamon/issues.
The next testing release comes with tons of fixes and a newly introduced window mode: Also new is the option to close the status window by clicking somewhere inside instead of hovering out or clicking the X button. This mode seemed the only escape to handle the problems Nagstamon has …
Nagstamon 2.1 20170725 finally comes with configurable TLS security. Either ignore it or use custom or official CAs. See https://nagstamon.ifw-dresden.de/download/#unstable.
Lots of GUI fixes mostly for GNOME3, fixes for at least IcingaWeb2 and Centreon, Python 3.6 and Qt5 5.8 for Windows, packaging with PyInstaller are all new. For details see https://github.com/HenriWahl/Nagstamon/commits/master.
Update notification works again now. Too sad the previous release could not inform you of this…
In the last months a bunch of improvements mostly for Zabbix and Centreon were added as seen in https://github.com/HenriWahl/Nagstamon/pulls?q=is%3Apr+is%3Aclosed. Get it at https://nagstamon.ifw-dresden.de/download/#unstable.
Starting with the 2.x releases development versions will get odd numbers and stable ones even ones. So good news is there is a 2.1-20161102 out there which brings major improvements for Centreon, Zabbix and Op5 thanks to the ongoing efforts of several contributors. See details at GitHub.