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⚠️ WARNING : DO NOT USE THIS REPO IF WANT TO INSTALL YOUR OWN CONSUL. Instead fork https://github.com/consul/consul

CONSUL logo

CONSUL

Citizen Participation and Open Government Application

Build Status Code Climate Coverage Status Crowdin License: AGPL v3

Accessibility conformance A11y issues checked with Rocket Validator

Join the chat at https://gitter.im/consul/consul PRs Welcome

This is the opensource code repository of the eParticipation website CONSUL, originally developed for the Madrid City government eParticipation website

Current state

Development started on 2015 July 15th. Code was deployed to production on 2015 september 7th to decide.madrid.es. Since then new features are added often. You can take a look at the current features at the project's website and future features at the Roadmap and open issues list.

Configuration for development and test environments

NOTE: For more detailed instructions check the docs

Prerequisites: install git, Ruby 2.3.2, bundler gem, Node.js 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:create
bin/rake db:migrate
bin/rake db:dev_seed
RAILS_ENV=test rake db:setup

Run the app locally:

bin/rails s

Prerequisites for testing: install ChromeDriver >= 2.33

Run the tests with:

bin/rspec

You can use the default admin user from the seeds file:

user: admin@consul.dev pass: 12345678

But for some actions like voting, you will need a verified user, the seeds file also includes one:

user: verified@consul.dev pass: 12345678

Configuration for production environments

See installer

Documentation

Check the ongoing documentation at https://consul_docs.gitbooks.io/docs/content/ to learn more about how to start your own CONSUL fork, install it, customize it and learn to use it from an administrator/maintainer perspective. You can contribute to it at https://github.com/consul/docs

License

Code published under AFFERO GPL v3 (see LICENSE-AGPLv3.txt)

Contributions

See CONTRIBUTING.md