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readme.md

Ping Relay

Gather all your modern-ish ping apps into one place? This tool is for you!

Supports

Incoming

  • Jabber (XMPP)
  • Slack
  • Discord

Outgoing

  • Discord

Install

  1. Install python 3.6+
  2. clone this repo
  3. Run pip install -r requirements.txt
  1. Install supervisor
  2. Open PingRelay.supervisor.conf and replace all instances of /replace/me/ with the directory you downloaded PingRelay to
  3. Put the conf file in your supervisor directory /etc/supervisor/conf.d/

Config

A sample config is included at Config.example.toml the config file uses the TOML syntax. It is split into 4 sections

This file must be called Config.toml

General

log_level

Sets the logging level of the main application, can be DEBUG, INFO, WARNING, or ERROR
Defaults to INFO

module_log_level

Sets the logging level of 3rd party modules, can be: DEBUG, INFO, WARNING, or ERROR
Defaults to WARNING

only_relay_alerts

Only send messages that match alerts (more on those later)
Defaults to False

Alerts

Alerts are a way to highlight important messages
As show in the example these are under a heading of [[alerts]]

name

The name of the alert
Required

filter

A regular expression which is run against the message body. If there is a match it sends the alert.
Required

Listeners

Listeners, well listen. These monitor services for new messages and pass them along.
As show in the example these are under a heading of [[listeners]]

type

The type of the listener can be: Jabber, Slack, or Discord
Required

name

The name of the listener - not used much except for in the logs to identify issues
Required

channel_list

A list of channel names to monitor (Note: for discord use channel ID instead)

pm_list

A list of users to listen to private/direct messages from (Note: for discord use user ID instead)

Jabber Specific

jid

Jabber full username (this will have @ then a url at the end, like an email)
Required

password

Jabber password
Required

host

The URL to the "conference" server
Required

port

The port Jabber is running on, probably 5222
Required

Slack Specific

token

A legacy token for the user, should start with "xoxp"
Required

Discord specific

Discord uses IDs rather than names for channel_list and pm_list, change your client to "Dev Mode" and you can right click to copy these IDs

email

User's email
Required

password

User's password
Required

Emitters

Emitters send the messages acquired by the listeners to the correct place
As show in the example these are under a heading of [[emitters]]

type

The type of the emitter can be: Discord (more soon)
Required

name

The name of the emitter - not used much except for in the logs to identify issues
Required

default_channel

The default channel (name) to send the messages to
Note: Discord uses channel ID instead
Required

alert_channel

If specified all messages with alerts will be directed to the channel with this name instead
Note: Discord uses channel ID instead

Formatting

format

The format a message is displayed in
The following placeholders can be used:

  • %{server} - The server the message came from
  • %{channel} - The channel the message came from
  • %{from} - The user the message came from
  • %{time} - The time the message arrived
  • %{message} - The body of the message

time_format

The format which the %{time} placeholder is displayed as
See strftime.org for the format
Defaults to %Y-%m-%d %I:%M:%S %p (e.g. 2017-09-26 10:11:12 PM)

Channel directors

This is a way to direct messages that come from a server on the listener side to a channel on the emitter side
As show in the example these are under a heading of [[emitters.channels]]

from_server_list

A list of server names that the message is coming from
Note: The server name is determined depending on the listener type:

  • Jabber = host
  • Slack & Discord = The server name which can be found by hovering over the server icon in the apps

Required

to_channel_list

A list of channel names to broadcast the message to if it matches the from_server_list
Note: Discord uses channel ID instead
Required

Discord Specific

token

A token for the discord bot being used to send the messages

Running

If not running via supervisor method simply run with:

python PingRelay.py

Future / To Do

  • Web interface for managing listeners/emitters
  • More Emitters