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Extensible dashboard designed to display data from multiple sources.

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Doodle-Dashboard is used to create dashboards for displaying information from multiple sources; such as Tweets from your favourite Twitterers, notifications from Slack or breaking news from an RSS feed.


WARNING: This project is under heavy development and will not have a reliable API until a stable version is released.


Getting started

  1. Install package:

    pip install doodle-dashboard
  2. Start a dashboard:

A dashboard is a YAML file that declares the display to use and the notification to display on it. Dashboard files can be hosted locally or remotely.

Starting a single dashboard:

doodledashboard start \

Starting multiple dashboards:

doodledashboard start \ \


These steps assume that you’re using virtualenv.

  1. Clone the repository:

    $ git clone
    $ cd doodle-dashboard
  2. Prepare project dependencies:

    $ make dev
    $ export PYTHONPATH=`pwd`
  3. See usage help:

    $ python doodledashboard/

Refer to the documentation for more detailed instructions.

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