A slack messaging authentication andinterfacing system for the DTG
A slack messaging authentication and interfacing system for the DTG
Intended to allow for automated messaging to our DTG slack group at a controlled endpoint.
Authentication is provided by only allowing connections over local unix domain sockets on a puppy VM. As such any user that can gain access to the host in order to connect must have sufficient monkeysphere auth and thus be a member of the DTG or at least equivalently privileged. Unauthenticated access by minor services can also be mediated by co-locating them on the same host.
- Python process
- Loads config from file:
- Slack Address (includes token)
- Unix socket address
- Accepts JSON payloads over unix socket (via standard handler, poss UnixStreamServer)
- Sends messages to slack via requests (steal code from dtg-lunch-notify)
- Checks response codes?
- Sends JSON back over socket detailing if there were any errors?
- Runs as a daemon (with files for systemd?)
- Python Library
- Provides either a single call interface or object interface
- Single call of style message(text, channel=None, username=None, icon_url=None, icon_emoji=None)
- Or object which lets you store all the varargs params at init and then just call send(text)
- Steal more code from dtg-lunch-notify
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