Design and implement a push notification service which will allow the WMF to send push notifications to browsers and mobile devices via vendor provided APIs.
|Open||None||T146032 Define and implement a common push notification architecture|
|Open||None||T113125 Investigate using service workers to provide real-time Echo notifications in the browser (push notifications)|
|Resolved||Mholloway||T163116 Define persistence backends for Push Notification Service|
|Resolved||MSantos||T246716 DBA review for Echo push notification subscription tables|
|Resolved||Mholloway||T251431 Create .sql for Push Notifications tasks|
|Resolved||Mholloway||T156513 Create technical plan for Push notification service|
|Resolved||Mholloway||T244891 Create a chart reviewing and comparing existing open-source push notification server projects|
|Invalid||Mholloway||T244893 Build a prototype push service|
|Resolved||Mholloway||T247438 Estimate push notification volume|
|Resolved||Mholloway||T249065 RFC: Wikimedia Push Notification Service|
I can't speak to all of the particulars, but I've added Roan and Joe to this task. Roan and Corey have been in discussion about technical architecture matters concerning push architecture as I understand. Web push is presently part of the FY 18-19 plan.
Jon, are you referring to the notion of something like scheduled jobs with Echo out to the message brokers (e.g., Mozilla, Apple, Google) or something to that effect?