Talked to lmacken the other day and we think we might be able to do this using moksha's infrastructure. We'd pass messages using AMQP and moksha would take care of disbursing the information via email, RSS, etc.
to see if we could handle that information as well. We'd need to be careful about security to do that, though.
I think that setting up a Qpid AMQP broker would be a great start. From there, we can easily start sending various infrastructure events to it. Then, hooking up Moksha to it is going to be trivial, and will allow us to easily write "consumers" of these messages that can do interesting things, such as send email notifications, perform various jobs, etc.
Seems like qpidd setup is the first step in this.
This is actually 'up'ish now. The big part was me training myself on how it works. If we have test messages let me know because I can set it all up in staging fairly quickly.
Adding ralph here, as he is going to be working on this now.
We are looking at going with a 0mq setup.
Targeting for by Fedora 18, please adjust as you like.
0mq setup is along and moving. See #fedora-fedmsg and http://fedmsg.readthedocs.org/en/latest/status.html
Going to close this one :)
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