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IMPORTANT NOTICE :
Feb 21, 2022 : Please ignore all versions mentioned in the post and reply. I have moved the platform. Here is an example : https://w55o8f.deta.dev/redoc
July 14, 2021 : this board contain the latest deployment taking advantage of the better security options available. It has also added user usage tracking. https://trello.com/b/POqPZOwG/just-a-butler-add-on
Jul 31 : A new better version of this service has been created. While I welcome you to read to understand the background, it is likely that the links are broken. Here's a video of the latest version. https://youtu.be/nG-Wi3nmdgQ
I HAVE SINCE CREATED A NEW VERSION USING ON TRELLO BOARDS WITH BETTER EASE OF USE FEATURES, SECURITY BUILT-IN AND USE OF PRE-TESTED MODULES INSTEAD OF USE SUPPLIED CODES
Inspired by @Iain Dooley I wrote this "as a service" offering for python enthusiasts who might want to use py-trello to automate processing of boards, lists and or cards where Bulter or Power-Ups are unable to handle. Here's a Trello board that gives you more information.
This is beta (including Wayscript)...so do expect surprises :)....for example the CSS on the form is not working for me :) You will be among the first to use it. I recommend that you start with queries or to built a new board https://github.com/xu2xulim/Superhero-Power/blob/master/Add%20board%20and%20stuff
What I want to achieve from this discussion is for you to suggest 5 reusable modules that I can develop, test and share in the repo. You can choose to "like" an suggestion instead.
If it proves to be bad idea, it will be decommissioned :(
One of the most serious downside to the current implementation is the lack of capabilities that will respond to events as they happens on the board. This is already present on Wayscript. So there may be a need to explore how the code that runs this service can be used at an endpoint for API calls. The next will definitely be performance if this were to support many clients. The upside is that the logic is supplied by the users. What are you thoughts? Important not to replicate existing capabilities.