Smithers is a data-driven web event reactor. The user configures “events” to listen for and “reactions” to execute in response. For example, you can configure your CI system to call a webhook and react by posting a chat message to Matrix. Or you can subscribe to broadcast notifications on Mixer and react by posting a chat message to a Discord channel.
The code is written in Ruby, using Roda and a lot of the dry-rb libraries.
I wrote Smithers as an experiment in data-driven design. I wanted it to be trivial to add new types of events and reactions, and it should be simple to connect any event to any reaction. To set up a new event or reaction type, you need only define a single Ruby class adhering to a certain interface. Then, connecting events and reactions is just a matter of inserting data into the database.