Adding to the previous post, at the link below is a write-up on how to use Node.js to create a small proxy service, which via a REST API makes it possible to post Slack messages without lowering the security settings of Sense.
Please feel free to extend the (very basic) Node proxy code - I am sure there are lots of good things that can be added there. Github pull requests always welcome!
Added another endpoint to the proxy, for creating directories on the server where the proxy app is running.
The rationale for this is that you probably don't want to lower Sense's security settings, but those settings prevent you from (among other things) creating directories on disk.
Another option is then to have a small proxy app do this for you..
The proxy app now has two endpoints:
/slack for posting to Slack
/createDir for creating directories on disk
It is pretty easy to add additional endpoints, if/when needed.
Everything available at the GitHub repository.