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From Ed Cable <>
Subject Re: Merging of Notifications Framework code
Date Fri, 25 Aug 2017 13:40:06 GMT
Hi all,

Here's a summary of the changes we discussed making to Adhyan's code. In
parallel, Nazeer will be reviewing Courage's PR around the
publisher/subscriber model.

Summary of Changes to Adhyan’s Implementation:


   Usage of Notification Subsystem should be option and turned on or off by

      Don’t want to force every user to have ActiveMQ installed on their

      Need configuration to make it optional to use notifications


   All notifications generated  should be asynchronous

   Implement a debounce such that no matter how many requests come from
   user, will only look up in DB, once every 60 seconds

      Addresses Nazeer’s concern of making DB calls whether not user has
      new or not with each hit to the server.

   Add to installation document details on how to install and configur
   ActiveMQ as most implementers won’t understand this

      Pranjal: just using out of box functionalities so all need to do is
      install and specify port

      but will put this in the document.

         Once ActiveMQ is up and running, at time of broadcasting, simply
         need to communicate with ActiveMQ and listeners connect to it.

On Thu, Aug 24, 2017 at 11:56 PM, Ed Cable <> wrote:

> Hi Nazeer,
> I know that you're going through code review of Adhyan's work on
> notifications framework from last year's GSOC. Courage has built on top of
> Adhyan's work and has a PR that's ready for review as well. I was hoping we
> could get on a quick call with Pranjal to discuss outstanding issues and
> merging of Courage's work.
> Would 1300GMT work on Friday?
> Thanks,
> Ed

*Ed Cable*
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