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The only Blender Render Notification Add-on that works.
2 projects | /r/blender | 2 Jul 2022
The general ones that use email never seem to send anything. The ones that specifically use Gmail don't work anymore since Google apparently changed some security settings. And the one that uses Pushover didn't work AND wanted me to pay too much for their app.
Grafana releases OnCall open source project
8 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 14 Jun 2022
check out pushover, I use it for this exact case
How do you monitor your home server
5 projects | /r/HomeServer | 9 Jun 2022
I use Pushover for receiving alerts and notifications on my phone. I think the mobile app may cost a small amount like $5 USD, but the service is free for up to 10,000 notifications per month. I can't recommend Pushover enough. It is freaking awesome.
Now Push Future
2 projects | /r/nowpush | 31 May 2022
I used to use PushBullet but they stopped supporting iOS which is why I came to Now Push. I may use https://pushover.net/ instead, there doesn't seem to be a ton of alternatives.
how to create push notifications for mobile
3 projects | /r/Python | 14 May 2022
Rather than reinvent the wheel, I'd just use Pushover.
ntfy is a tool to send push notifications to your Android phone via simple PUT/POST requests - I've added so many features, and many of you have contributed. I thought I'd share what's new. ✨
8 projects | /r/selfhosted | 29 Apr 2022
I use Pushover for my iOS devices, it's absolutely solid and affordable. :)
What's everyone using for monitoring and centralized logging these days?
5 projects | /r/selfhosted | 17 Apr 2022
I'm using Pushover but I don't think the transport matters. By default it sends you a mib code but you can customize the notifications with templates. Here are couple examples.
how do you guys check the health of your containers?
2 projects | /r/selfhosted | 4 Apr 2022
I use diun. I configured it to notify me of available updates via pushover. I then update my containers when I have time to ensure they've restarted correctly. The whole process takes maybe a minute or two and I never worry about something failing silently.
POST to Flask from espduino timing out
2 projects | /r/codehunter | 28 Mar 2022
I'm playing with an esp8266 providing WiFi to an Arduino with this library. I have it set up properly to POST to Pushover as well as requestbin, and between the debug output and the interface from these tools, I can verify that the request data is being POSTed properly, and the esp8266 / arduino unit's response status code properly shows 200.
What's the biggest missing piece of the puzzle in the self-hosted universe?
24 projects | /r/selfhosted | 26 Mar 2022
How about a Pushover or similar implementation? Thanks for your initiative!
Val Town Pro - $10/month for more compute, storage, private vals
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 7 Jun 2023
Great idea! Right now we recommend https://ntfy.sh/ but you're right, we probably should do it bundled into the service
Ask HN: Would you pay for a SaaS even if its open source and can be selfhosted?
7 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 Jun 2023
I maintain an open source push notification service called ntfy . It's 100% open source, but I have recently started offering ntfy Pro, a paid SaaS offering.
I am telling you it's super hard to get people to pay for it. It may be because the free tier is too generous, or because I don't aggressively push or market it, but most likely it's because people can just selfhost it. I have 25k active daily users for the free tier, and probably hundreds or thousands of selfhosted installations, yet as of today, I have only 20 paying subscribers. It's quite brutal.
The worst part is that ever since I started offering paid subscriptions, donations have reduced and new donations have pretty much stopped, because people think I'm making bank with the paid stuff.
I know this doesn't answer your question, but it gives you the perspective you may be actually seeking. It's definitely hard to pull off.
Show HN: Ntfy.sh – open-source push notifications via PUT/POST
5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 22 May 2023
ntfy is an open source tool to send push notifications to your phone via PUT/POST. It now supports making phone calls, access tokens, user account sync, Prometheus metrics, structured logging, and more 🥳
Hello friends 👋, I posted here about ntfy a few times before, but since my last post on r/selfhosted it's been a loooong time, so I thought I'd give an update to this fantastic community.
May I ask what you think about the MFA push proposal? 🥺
Ntfy.sh: How to delete a topic via API?
2 projects | /r/selfhosted | 10 May 2023
Hello friend, and thanks for using ntfy. This is probably a question best answered in r/ntfy, or Discord/Matrix, but I'll do my best here.2 projects | /r/selfhosted | 10 May 2023
New website ntfy.sh 🎉 - open source push notifications via PUT/POST
3 projects | /r/webdev | 29 Apr 2023
Hey folks 👋, today I released the new website for my open source push notification tool ntfy.sh. ntfy is a a tool that lets you send push notifications to your phone from any script or server using a simple HTTP PUT/POST requests. It's 100% open source and self-hostable, and has a clients for Android/iOS/web/macOS/Windows/Linux.
Opposite version of healthchecks
3 projects | /r/selfhosted | 12 Apr 2023
If you do not need the state tracking, but instead need something that can deliver push notifications to you, check out ntfy and gotify
What are some alternatives?
Gotify - A simple server for sending and receiving messages in real-time per WebSocket. (Includes a sleek web-ui)
instaloader - Download pictures (or videos) along with their captions and other metadata from Instagram.
apprise - Apprise - Push Notifications that work with just about every platform!
Home Assistant - :house_with_garden: Open source home automation that puts local control and privacy first.
ntfy - 🖥️📱🔔 A utility for sending notifications, on demand and when commands finish.
lldap - Light LDAP implementation
ntfy-android - Android app for ntfy.sh
NLog.Targets.Pushover - NLog.Targets.Pushover is a custom target for NLog enabling you to send logging messages to the Pushover service
home-assistant-google-assistant-local-sdk - Google Assistant Local SDK implementation for Home Assistant
alertmanager - Prometheus Alertmanager
VW_Flash - Flashing tools for VW AG control units over UDS. Includes support for Simos18.1 and Simos18.10, including signature bypass and support for modified Application Software (ASW) as well as DQ250-MQB, including compression and encryption.