JonnyWong16/plexpy

Intergrate PlexRequests into PlexPy

JonnyWong16 asked for this feature about 1 year ago — 10 comments

JonnyWong16 commented about 1 year ago Admin

Is it only me or wouldn't it be cool to intergrate the functionality of PlexRequests into PlexPy?

For this to happen one would need to,

  • [ ] refactor user system with permission levels (perhaps with some kind of interaction with plex.tv account so that user can track his own history etc)
  • [ ] add request system (with checks against CP/SR/Sonarr and Plex) and optional admin approval
  • [ ] add issue system (eg. flag movie/series as broken/corrupt etc, perferebly with optional description for each submitted issue)
  • [ ] notify owner on new requests/issues by push messages
  • [ ] more..?

I like the idea of gathering tools like PlexPy and PlexRequests into one seamless experience for end user convinience.

What say you dev's?

Reference previouse request on GitHub: #399

| mauirixxx commented about 1 year ago

I too would like to see this functionality if at all possible.

| NotExpectYet commented about 1 year ago

No would love this myself

| nickiman commented about 1 year ago

Hi! Also interested in the request of JonnyWong16.

| 12nick12 commented about 1 year ago

This would be great.

| Pakorro commented 12 months ago

This reporting tools convert PlexPy greatest... It's possible to add IOS / Android WhatsApp as another way for send reporting for my created users group.. Plexpy need a reporting tool for user has a complete solution....

| Jakesparrow commented 11 months ago

This is an awesome idea! I use both, and would love to see them merged!

rickcab1 commented 11 months ago

Man that would be awesome! I previously posted the following in both threads asking about it:

October 2015 https://forums.plex.tv/discussion/comment/1036266/#Comment_1036266

@drzoidberg33 I posted the following quote in another thread and thought it might be interesting to get your opinion. Thanks for the development as well!: Just a general question as I am no where near being a developer but there are some great projects going on surrounding Plex. The 3 that I use currently are PlexRequests PlexEmail, and PlexPy. Have you guys (the developers of the aforementioned) ever considered possibly consolidating and or collaborating on a all in one app? I know the possible repercussions of that are too many chefs in the kitchen but maybe building off a foundation code base where the individual apps could function on one platform that is more seamless to the users? Again just curious as imagine what a killer app it could be if it was all bundled!

October 2015

https://forums.plex.tv/discussion/comment/1035352/#Comment_1035352

mdelport Posts: 470Members, Plex Pass Plex Pass October 2015 @rickcab1 said: Just a general question as I am no where near being a developer but there are some great projects going on surrounding Plex. The 3 that I use currently are PlexRequests PlexEmail, and PlexPy. Have you guys (the developers of the aforementioned) ever considered possibly consolidating and or collaborating on a all in one app? I know the possible repercussions of that are too many chefs in the kitchen but maybe building off a foundation code base where the individual apps could function on one platform that is more seamless to the users? Again just curious as imagine what a killer app it could be if it was all bundled! Interesting idea! I think PlexPy and PlexEmail would make a lot of sense, and I believe they're both based on Python. While I started Plex Requests originally in Python I've since moved to Meteor which is a JavaScript framework so the underlying code isn't compatible. Doesn't mean things can't change and a super app put together!

Would be great if you guys (PlexPy) and (mdelport) could come together and slam these two apps together and maybe even add Music to the requests!

| Rsslone commented 10 months ago

A better question is, How soon can this be a thing?!

| spot88 commented 8 months ago

Would be awesome. But think stats monitor is more important.

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