omnomnomnom - Manage your digital shelf. Expirations notifications, pricing history.
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Omnomnomnom helps you manage your products and expiry times.


  • Shelf listing
  • Expiry date
  • Expiry date with opened flag (time to expire after opening)
  • Product picture
  • Emails reminders
  • Price history

Some notes

  • A Product should represent a product with an unique couple name/brand/barcode
  • Having a product in stock just means to manage Product Stock, any times you add one, with some price, this price is added to Product Price History
  • You should then not delete Product when expired, just delete the Product Stock associated
  • Prices History are managed per product/shop couple. (same product can be at a different price on some shops)



A good point is to install this on a dedicated user, using VirtualEnv too.

sudo su - youruser
cd ~/
git clone
cd omnomnomnom

Virtual Env

as root : pip3 install virtualenv
then under the user, youruser:

virtualenv --python=python3 ~/venv/
source ~/venv/bin/activate

Rest of install (virtual env or not)

source ~/venv/bin/activate
cd ~/omnomnomnom/
pip install -r requirements.txt
cp omnomnomnom/ omnomnomnom/
$EDITOR omnomnomnom/

Edit according to your setup

python migrate
python createsuperuser
django-admin compilemessages

Using gunicorn

as user omnomnomnom
cd omnomnomnom
python managepy collectstatic

pip install gunicorn
cp contrib/gunicorn.conf gunicorn.conf
$EDITOR gunicorn.conf

edit as you wish

as root
mkdir /var/log/omnomnomnom
chown -R omnomnomnom: /var/log/omnomnomnom

apt install supervisor # or whatever package manager you use

cp ~omnomnomnom/omnomnomnom/contrib/omnomnomnom.supervisor.conf /etc/supervisor/conf.d/omnomnomnom.conf
$EDITOR /etc/supervisor/conf.d/omnomnomnom.conf

edit as you wish

then start supervisor using your system, like for debian:
/etc/init.d/supervisor start

view status with:
supervisorctl status

Reminder emails

You can setup the crons with:

In file /etc/cron.d/omnomnomnom:

# Reminder every days, for next 3 days
0 1 * * * /home/omnomnomnom/venv/bin/python /home/omnomnomnom/ reminders --email --expires 3
# Reminder every monday, for next 6 days
0 1 * * */1 /home/omnomnomnom/venv/bin/python /home/omnomnomnom/ reminders --email --expires 6
# Reminder every first day of month, for the next 30 days
0 1 * */1 * /home/omnomnomnom/venv/bin/python /home/omnomnomnom/ reminders --email --expires 30

Remember to restart cron daemon after edit of this file
/etc/init.d/crond restart


Omnomnomnom use the MIT license, however we use Django-Suit which is under “Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0” which means you will probably take a look at to get a paid license for it if you use Omnomnomnom in any kind of business.

The Free license of Django-Suit is only applicable for personnal use.