Small aplication to teach Rails where I work. It's a proposal apps where people can vote and the most voted proposal will be developed
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Propose-it

Propose-it is a simple voting app. You just propose something to work on and your team will vote it. The proposals with more votes are the ones you'll have to implement in the next iteration.

How does it work?

Propose-it is really simple. You just need a GitHub account to login.

Then, you'll be able to create one proposal. You'll get a great, simple, textile-editor for the description.

Easily express your idea

After creating it, you just have to wait for feedback and support.

"Easily know who supports you"

Why was this created?

Where I work, we decided to give some inside courses. So, I started with the Rails one, Propose-it was the result of my class.

We decided to develop this so we can propose the other courses, so the ones with more votes are the ones we'll give next. Nice, huh?

Issues and Stuff

If you find any issue, please report it in the GitHub issues section.

If you can fix something, just fork this repo, fix the bug and send me a pull request. I'll happily look into it!