I look forward to playing around with this.
Did you use any special tooling to handle SMS in this application? I didn't realize that this wasn't open-sourced when you first posted it.
I would absolutely help maintain this project if you ever get bored of it and don't want to maintain it yourself.
It's not really an API...more of a webhook, but it was really quick and easy to tie to a simple web app, and relatively cheap (~$8/month for a DID number and plan).
This is delightful, I really like it.
In case you were curious, I've just built out a project that walks through how to set up your own (very crude) SMS to Jekyll blog
Would you say that you're mostly interested in having the code for learning purposes so you could write your own thing, to deploy your own instance mostly as-is, as a starting place for significant modification, or for other purposes I haven't considered? Knowing this would help me understand what sort of open source contribution would be most valuable.
I looked into basic Twilio SMS setup very recently, but it looked like I would find myself heavily invested in their documentation just to spin up something like you've made.
Yeah, Twilio has a lot of documentation. It's pretty good, though. It felt like most of the time I spent on this project was finding the right documentation and setting up my account and number correctly.
Maybe what the world really needs is a Twilio Concierge as a Service -- a meta-Twilio if you will. ;)