# Summary

"This module allows you to send messages from Drupal website to Slack. It has Rules module integration. Also you can use our module API in your modules."

pedrorocha ported the API to D8 but won't necessarily be doing more.
Module maintainer is also planning a port.

# Project URL

https://www.drupal.org/project/slack

# Where is the code?

pedrorocha's version: https://github.com/pedrorocha-net/d8-slack

# Estimated completion date

Not sure; I will likely help port this as part of a side project that I'll be starting in in 2-4 weeks. Module maintainer might start looking at it within a month from 12 Oct 2015.

# Dependencies

N/A

# Who's doing the port?

Module maintainer.

# What help do they need?

Just code help is best, I think.

# D8 roadmap

To be updated.

# Background and reference information

https://api.slack.com/

Comments

wizonesolutions created an issue. See original summary.

pedrorocha’s picture

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I'm working on it on Github: https://github.com/pedrorocha-net/d8-slack

It's already working if you call the API directly, but needs to see how to properly integrate with other apis, specially rules. For what I need for now is enough, but anyone can get this initial work and move forward.

wizonesolutions’s picture

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Updating issue summary.

wizonesolutions’s picture

Status: Active » Needs work
pedrorocha’s picture

I think the main issue is to wait Rules get stable. Besides that, i'm using it pretty fine with hook_entity_insert() to generate notifications about new content created on the site. Maybe would be useful to provide some basic notifications to be used without demanding Rules to be installed.

If you create the 8.x branch, we can discuss and work on the module's issue queue.

adci_contributor’s picture

Status: Needs work » Closed (outdated)
MustangGB’s picture

Status: Closed (outdated) » Fixed

As a D8 stable version has been released this should go to Fixed.

Status: Fixed » Closed (fixed)

Automatically closed - issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.