Feed subscription IM bot

Chris Rebert clp2 at rebertia.com
Wed Nov 10 21:26:20 CET 2010


On Wed, Nov 10, 2010 at 6:49 AM, alexander <bookredwu at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
>   Can anyone help on this?

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1901828/best-python-xmpp-jabber-client-library
http://www.djangoproject.com/

Come back when you have a much less nebulous question. And try
googling first next time.

Regards,
Chris

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>
>
>  The project should either be hosted online and usable from there, or
> can be run locally. Complete ource code should be delivered along with
> a brief readme for features. It should take about about 1-2 hours to
> complete.
>  Basic requirements: Build a Python driven IM bot with the following
> features
>  * A user can add the bot to his/her Google talk/jabber friends list.
>  * The user types the words "sub [feed_url]" to the bot to begin
> subscribing to the feed at the specified feed_url ([feed_url] is the
> placeholder for the actual feed url. e.g. http://myweb.com/feed)
> * The user types the words "unsub [feed_url]" to stop subscribing to
> the feed
> * The bot scans the feed at a specified time interval, and sends new
> contents to the subscribing user
> Additional credits:
> * Additional bot commands: "ls", "pause [feed_url]", "
> resume[feed_url]", "grep [feed_url] [keywords]", whatever you think is
> useful and fun, even not feed subscription related
> * A web interface for reading/managing subscriptions
> * Beautiful, extensible and scalable architecture
>  Requirements:
>  * Python 2.5
>  * Robust and graceful error handling
>  * Robust unicode handling
>
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>
> Thanks



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