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alerting: Add Philips Hue as transport #8320

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pheinrichs commented Mar 2, 2018


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sorano commented Mar 3, 2018

@pheinrichs Can you replace phillips with philips?

@pheinrichs pheinrichs changed the title from alerting: Add Phillips Hue as transport to alerting: Add Philips Hue as transport Mar 5, 2018


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scrutinizer-notifier commented Mar 5, 2018

The inspection completed: 2 updated code elements

@laf laf merged commit a0c2783 into librenms:master Mar 9, 2018

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murrant commented Mar 9, 2018

Now, I want to see a video with a bunch of lights going on and off like a rave :)

inetAnt added a commit to criteo-forks/librenms that referenced this pull request Mar 19, 2018

alerting: Added Philips Hue as transport (librenms#8320)
* Add Phillips Hue Bridge as Alerting transport

* Add Comment

* Update Transport docs

* Update Phillips to Philips Add sql schema

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