A simple comment server
Sebureem is a small comment server written in Python 3 with the Flask microframework and the Peewee ORM. Comments are storred using the SQLite database.
Sebureem aim to be:
- Easy to integrate
- Easy to deploy and configure
Sebureem is the Kotava word for “comments” or “group of comments”.
Important : Sebureem is still in very early stage. It might not be secure and a lot of rough edges are to be expected.
pip install sebureem
sebureem database --init
Then run your sebureem instance with:
… or you can specify host and port:
sebureem serve 0.0.0.0 8000
Just add an iframe containing the following code in your page:
<iframe src="http://<server_url:port>/comments/<topic>" > <p>Your browser doesn't support iframes. Comments can't be loaded.</p> </iframe>
where server_url and port are the address of your instance and topic is the name of the discussion thread you want to add to your webpage.
If the thread doesn’t exist in the database it will be created with the first comment.
- Angular/Ember/Aurelia web_app
- Avatar support (Python Cat Avatar Generator ?)
- Instance federation
- Admin page
Contributions are warmly welcome. See CONTRIBUTING.rst.
Sebureem development occurs here on the Framasoft’s Gitlab instance.
Others repositories (I’m thinking of Github here) are mainly for replication.
Sebureem is licensed both under the BSD License and the Cecill-B License.
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