FOSS remote monitoring system is searching for Rails developers

Hey everybody,

this is my second message regarding this topic to rubyonrails-talk. My
first message is from last year. There has been a lot of progress
since then so I am asking again:

ScopePort is a free open source remote monitoring system with a Rails
web interface. We are searching for Rails developers to release a beta
version as soon as possible. Ernesto joined the team after my last
message and I hope to find somebody as cool as him this time again.

Check out http://www.scopeport.org/ for more information about
ScopePort.

Here is an installation guide for the development version that comes
directly from our git repositories:
http://scopeport.org/guides/full_install_debian

Thank you for your time! You can reply to this message or contact me
directly at lennart@scopeport.org

So long
Lennart

After looking over your screenshots, I have to ask.. are you not
aware of Nagios? Why reinvent the wheel? Between Nagios and MRTG,
pretty much everything you're doing has already been done.

After looking over your screenshots, I have to ask.. are you not
aware of Nagios?

I am. And I worked with Nagios and Zabbix for years.

Between Nagios and MRTG,
pretty much everything you're doing has already been done.

That is true. But it has been done I a way that did not satisfy me.

Best regards
Lennart

Well what about Cacti, it was not suitable either?

http://www.cacti.net/

I mean, it's very nice looking, was there something wrong with it as well?

Well what about Cacti, it was not suitable either?

http://www.cacti.net/

Hehe, I also took a look of Cacti. I think I got a pretty good
overview over FOSS remote monitoring software.

I mean, it's very nice looking, was there something wrong with it as well?

Don't get me wrong. I think most of the other projects are great
software! But they just did not fit my needs so I started writing my
own. ..and from the Feedback I got so far I can say that I am not
alone with that opinion.