Very simple tool that pings the PyPI mirrors and tells us when they were updated last.
I threw this together very quickly as a proof of concept feel free to fork, and send pull requests.
It requires redis in order to cache some of the data. For local development it is assuming it to be running
at localhost:6379 db:1 and no password. see
config.py for more info.
In order to get the IP address geolocation lookup, you need to sign up for an account from http://ipinfodb.com/register.php . If you don't have the env variable set, you will not have access to the geo location information. set IPLOC_API_KEY with the API key they give you.
Email & Twitter
Pass the corresponding environment variables to enable email & twitter notifications.
docker run \ -e 'CACHE_REDIS_HOST=localhost' \ -e 'CACHE_REDIS_PORT=6379' \ -e 'IPLOC_API_KEY=<value>' \ -e 'TWITTER_CONSUMER_KEY=<value>' \ -e 'TWITTER_CONSUMER_SECRET=<value>' \ -e 'TWITTER_ACCESS_KEY=<value>' \ -e 'TWITTER_ACCESS_SECRET=<value>' \ -e 'EMAIL_HOST=<value>' \ -e 'EMAIL_PORT=<value>' \ -e 'EMAIL_USER=<value>' \ -e 'EMAIL_PASSWORD=<value>' \ -e 'EMAIL_FROM=<value>' \ -e 'EMAIL_TO=<value>' \ -e 'EMAIL_BCC=<value>' \ -e 'EMAIL_TO_ADMIN=<value>'\ -v /tmp/:/tmp/ \ ibigbug/pypi-mirrors \ uwsgi -w wsgi -s /tmp/uwsgi.sock --logto=/var/log/uwsgi/uwsgi.log --chdir=/src/ --chmod-socket=666
How it works
pypi_mirrors.py script runs via a cron job and puts data into redis. There is one webpage that pull the data from redis and
displays it. There is a daily cron job that runs and sends out notifications if the mirrors are out of date.
How to help
Pick one of the things on the TODO list and implement it and send a pull request.
Make sure redis is running
$ python pypi_mirrors.py
Running web server:
$ python app.py # connect to http://localhost:5000 in browser
- [ ] Create a setup.py and add to PyPI
- [ ] Add better documentation
- [x] Make Docker Image