The aims are to identify areas where:
- remain parties working together could affect the result; and
- there is only one remain party which could win (under a variety of assumptions)
And in those areas, advise that a coalition would be helpful.
It's a static html website, which means it looks bad. On the plus side, it's difficult to make it fall over.
The only dynamic bit is postcodes.php, which uses a sqlite database file full of postcodes.
python3 -m dontsplithteremainvote
and it will read a bunch of CSV spreadsheets and generate some html files from jinja2 templates.
You'll probably want to comment out
wget 'https://dontsplittheremainvote.com/postcodes.sqlite3' -O generated/ to download the 130MB postcode database.
Updating external sources
Run this to update the files in
It does nothing if you updates less than 2 hours ago, which lets you
./update_extenral.sh && python3 -m dontsplithteremainvote every time