Mumble-Django: A Mumble web interface

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Diese Dokumentation gibt’s auch auf Deutsch: Mumble-Django: Ein Web-Interface für Mumble

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Programmers might want to take a look at the API Documentation

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This documentation is also available as a PDF file.

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Mumble is a low-latency, high quality voice chat program for gaming. It features noise suppression, automatic gain control and low latency audio with support for multiple audio standards. Mumble includes an in-game overlay compatible with most open-source and commercial 3D applications.

The Mumble project focuses its development of Mumble itself and does not provide a web administration system. Mumble-Django is such a system, based on Python and Django and licensed as Free Software under the GPL.

Unlike to other existing web interfaces, Mumble-Django strictly uses the interfaces Mumble provides and fully supports all features Mumble has to offer. As a Django project, extending it or using it in other Django projects is very easy, so Mumble-Django is only at the beginning of its potential when you initially install it.

Download, Source code

You can find zip or gz packages for all versions on the Downloads page. As Mumble-Django is written in Python, there is no destinction between source and binary packages.

The latest development version is always available in the tip package.

Demo installation

The demo installation is running here:

This installation is based on Debian Testing.

Prerequisites, Installation

Please see the Installation of Mumble-Django page for more information about what’s needed and how to install Mumble-Django.

Known Issues

For a list of known bugs, please see the Issues page. If you find a bug or would like to request a feature, this is also the place to go. Please feel free to open a ticket whenever you like!


If you need help (or anything else), you can contact me via IRC (Svedrin in #mumble on Freenode) or Jabber (

You might want to follow me on Twitter, and I always use the #mumbledjango hashtag for tweets concerning the project. This way, you can easily get the latest news!

Further documentation seems to generate an API documentation using DoxyGen, which can be found under

Get involved

There are several ways you can help in the development of mumble-django:

  • Write or maintain a Translation.
  • Test new versions before they are released.
  • Submit bug reports if you find an error.
  • If you miss a feature and you can add it, submit a patch.
  • Help maintaining the documentation in the Wiki.
  • If you want to join the team, just contact Svedrin on Freenode. Help is always welcome :)
  • make a donation


This app is licensed under the GPL v2 or later.