Reusable application for Django introducing a message delivery framework.
- Message Types - message classes exposing message composition logic (plain text, html, etc.).
- Messengers - clients for various protocols (smtp, jabber, twitter, telegram, facebook, vkontakte, etc.);
- Support for user defined message types.
- Support for user defined messenger types.
- Message prioritization.
- Message subscription/unsubscription system.
- Message grouping to prevent flooding.
- Message ‘read’ indication.
- Means for background message delivery and cleanup.
- Means to debug integration: test requisites, delivery log.
- Django Admin integration.
Currently supported messengers:
- XMPP (requires
- Twitter (requires
- Telegram (requires
- Facebook (requires
- VKontakte (requires
- Python 3.7+
- Django 2.0+
Table of Contents¶
- Prioritizing messages
- Grouping messages
- Recipients and subscriptions
- Bundled views
- Sitemessage for reusable applications
Get involved into django-sitemessage¶
Submit issues. If you spotted something weird in application behavior or want to propose a feature you can do that at https://github.com/idlesign/django-sitemessage/issues
Write code. If you are eager to participate in application development, fork it at https://github.com/idlesign/django-sitemessage, write your code, whether it should be a bugfix or a feature implementation, and make a pull request right from the forked project page.
Translate. If want to translate the application into your native language use Transifex: https://www.transifex.net/projects/p/django-sitemessage/.
Spread the word. If you have some tips and tricks or any other words in mind that you think might be of interest for the others — publish it.
If the application is not what you want for messaging with Django, you might be interested in considering other choices at https://www.djangopackages.com/grids/g/notification/ or https://www.djangopackages.com/grids/g/newsletter/ or https://www.djangopackages.com/grids/g/email/.