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Send Jabber notifications from Django

Project Description

Send Jabber notifications from Django

Usage

from django_jabber import send_message

recipients = ['user1', 'user2', ] # without @domain.com part
send_message(u'Hello there', recipients)

# You can also pass this job to your Celery instance
send_message.delay(u'Async message', recipients)

Installation

Install the package via Pypi: pip install django-jabber

Add some lines to your settings.py:

INSTALLED_APPS = (
    ...
    'django_jabber',
    ...
)

JABBER_HOST = 'jabber.domain.com'
JABBER_USER = 'robot@domain.com'
JABBER_PASSWORD = 'someStr0ngOne!1'
JABBER_USE_TLS = True
JABBER_USE_SSL = False
JABBER_DRY_RUN = False  # Useful for testing

Requirements

  • sleekxmpp
  • celery
  • django

Compatibility

We use this package on Python 2.7 and Django 1.7+.

License

GPLv3

Authors

django-jabber was written by Alex Morozov.

Release History

Release History

This version
History Node

1.0.1

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