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After thinking for about a year about it I decided to rename the project to ๐Ÿš€NetAlertX. This will help prevent confusion about which fork someone is using, and differentiate it from the now stale upstream project. With about 1800 or so commits over the stale project, I thought, this project deserved a new name. It will also remove the confusion about only supporting Raspberry Pi's ๐Ÿ˜ต

On top of the rename, I implemented โœจunlimited icons - just find an SVG you like and use it ๐Ÿ˜„.

The rename from PiAlert to NetAlertX should be pretty straightforward and existing setups should work fine, no manual migration steps should be necessary. Still, caution is recommended.

Check this https://github.com/jokob-sk/NetAlertX/issues/633 thread for edge-cases and the guide https://github.com/jokob-sk/NetAlertX/blob/main/docs/MIGRATION.md if you decide to change your docker-compose.

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[-] [email protected] -2 points 1 month ago

New Lemmy Post: Pi.Alert is dead...๐Ÿ’€ Long live NetAlert X ๐Ÿš€ (network monitoring) (https://lemmyverse.link/lemmy.world/post/14517755)
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