Abre is a project of Ciudadano Inteligente to open up local governments to their citizens. It consists of a methodology that includes raising and prioritizing proposals, designing workshops, monitoring and implementation, and evaluation of the process.
The platform is an adaptation of Consul, and allows uploading, modifying and monitoring a proposal through the different steps of the methodology.
Configuration for development and test environments
NOTE: For more detailed instructions check the docs
Prerequisites: install git, Ruby 2.3.2, bundler gem, ghostscript and PostgreSQL (>=9.4).
git clone https://github.com/consul/consul.git cd consul bundle install cp config/database.yml.example config/database.yml cp config/secrets.yml.example config/secrets.yml bin/rake db:setup bin/rake db:dev_seed RAILS_ENV=test rake db:setup
Run the app locally:
Prerequisites for testing: install PhantomJS >= 1.9.8
Run the tests with:
You can use the default admin user from the seeds file:
user: email@example.com pass: 12345678
But for some actions like voting, you will need a verified user, the seeds file also includes one:
user: firstname.lastname@example.org pass: 12345678
To test authentication services with external OAuth suppliers - right now Twitter, Facebook and Google - you'll need to create an "application" in each of the supported platforms and set the key and secret provided in your secrets.yml
In the case of Google, verify that the APIs Contacts API and Google+ API are enabled for the application.
Code published under AFFERO GPL v3 (see LICENSE-AGPLv3.txt)