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tschellenbach/Stream-Framework: Stream Framework is a Python library, which allows you to build news feed, activity streams and notification systems using Cassandra and/or Redis. The authors of Stream-Framework also provide a cloud service for feed techno
Stream Framework is a Python library, which allows you to build news feed, activity streams and notification systems using Cassandra and/or Redis. The authors of Stream-Framework also provide a cloud service for feed technology: - tschellenbach/Stream-Framework
github  python  activity-stream  redis  cassandra 
october 2018 by snahor
Facebook like notification updates using django signal or notification - Stack Overflow
For the activity feed, we use Documentation:

For the js widget and live notifications, we use yourlabs example, it depends on redis but you can easily add a model backend if you really want to. Redis is a good choices it's half a megabyte of dependency. Documentation:

You can see it in action if you signup for the semi private beta on

There is no application that does meta-notifications ("notification groupping") properly but a lot of research has been done. Basically you need another app, with a MetaNotification model, and something (management command, signal ...) that will visit notifications and create MetaNotification instances. Then you should display MetaNotification lists rather than Activity or notification list.

Finnaly, if you want configurable email notifications then you can use django-notifications: or this app which looks nicer:

I'm not aware of any app that does it all. It is going to be some work for you.

"It's a long way to the top if you wanna rock'n'roll" or as I like to say "patience and perseverance" :)
django  activity-stream 
october 2013 by hbakkalbasi
"voyurl allows you to share your clickstream and find out who is looking at what, when and where."
activity-stream  bookmarking  tracking  startups 
december 2010 by arsyed
So So Social - jQuery News Feed from your Social Networks
The So So Social plug-in uses jQuery and YQL (Yahoo Query Language) to gather RSS feeds from your various social networks and sorts them into an "activity feed". It basically creates a news feed out of your social networking activity.
javascript  jquery  plugin  yql  feed  activity-stream 
april 2010 by Dreamseer
Create a Lifestreaming Portal Using UnHub
This is the first guest post from reader Trae Blain. You can visit his site at If you are interested in writing a guest post, just head on over to the contact page

In a sea of lifestreaming services, UnHub tries to distinguish itself from the other services by offer a simple portal into your online life. UnHub is a brand new player to the lifestreaming market that started out of inspiration from the Skittle’s brand experiment that used social media websites as its primary website.

The Gist
Unlike other lifestreaming services out there that aggregate your data into one common place, UnHub simply adds an iframe bar above all your online services with links that point to the services you add. Anyone can create an account—for anybody. Here’s Barack Obama’s UnHub as well as My (Trae Blain) UnHub. The service is extremely lightweight since it does not actually grab any of your data, but merely points people to the location of that data.

TechCrunch points out that this is a great tool for businesses that participate in social media, as illustrated in this Josie’s Restaurant Unhub. Personal and business use will also be fond of the simple analytics feature that is included with the service to see what links are clicked and what links nobody cares about.

In Practice
Usage is fairly easy. It asks you what services you use and what are the links to the profiles for those services. UnHub appears to support a large number of services (which would be expected with a service with such little overhead), 57 in fact. After creating an account you are asked for an email and password to associate with the account which allows you to view the Analytics feature. Each UnHub address requires a landing page to start with, and can easily be selected with the Home check box.

UnHub also allows for the selection of websites outside of the supported 57, although those sites won’t include a favicon in the top bar. UnHub is a nice service that can be leveraged by people/companies that want to use something like Twitter searches or any number of personal sites for their UnHub group.

Not all Peachy
UnHub does have its set of issues. Due to Twitters setup, UnHub does not work directly with it. Instead it substitutes Tweetree for Twitter updates profile viewing. Tweetree has a nice interface, but it’s not Twitter and could turn heavy Twitter users off to its use. Also, there’s no way to style your UnHub Bar. My UnHub uses a meager 15 services (only 26% of the ones offered) and the bar tends to push the other service’s content under the crease, Especially on low resolution monitors. Also, adding new services can be a chore. The “supported” services do not simply ask for your username and then it finds the appropriate link, the actual url must be entered into the form. Remembering some of these and tracking them down can sometimes be a pain. Also after the initial setup, you can only add one service at a time. It would be much easier to add multiple links before having to save the page.

To Sum it Up
UnHub offers a nice service that I believe many people would prefer in things like email signatures. UnHub provides the benefit of sending people directly to the content’s location (save Twitter), instead of aggregating it all into one place. It is a different approach to lifestreaming that some will find preferable over other methods commonly used today.
Review  activity-stream  barack-obama  lifestrea  lifestreaming  skittles  techcrunch  trae-blain  tweetree  twitter  unhub  from google
march 2009 by djotto
tarpipe - share content across different social media applications.
"Automate your publishing
Create publishing workflows that can be triggered by e-mail messages, instant messaging updates and third-party applications.
Share content easily
Use our share form to easily publish content on several social media destinations, including twitter, Jaiku, Pownce and FriendFeed.
Keep a backlog of your activity
Access a stream of all your activity and obtain a contextual meaning of your publishing actions. "
pipes  workflow  webapp  web  activity-stream  mashup  feed 
november 2008 by arsyed
announcing whoisi (Christopher Blizzard)
"track ..what your friends are doing ..via RSS feeds ..with some twists ...Everyone has an entry ..overview of what they are doing on the internet - weblog posts, flickr photos, etc. But that entry is created entirely like a wiki. Anyone can edit anything
social-software  wiki  aggregator  people  webapp  activity-stream  syndication 
july 2008 by arsyed
"FriendFeed makes it easy to keep track of the web pages, videos, music, and photos your friends and family interact with around the Internet."
webapp  activity-stream  rss  syndication  feed 
january 2008 by arsyed
NoseRub - The home of decentralized, social networks
"NoseRub wants to be an inspiration, protocol and implementation of a decentralized social network."
software  webapps  social-software  aggregator  activity-stream 
december 2007 by arsyed

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