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NY Senate Open Source Projects

The official GitHub account of the New York State Senate

Java 1 0

ESS-Master

This is the master repository for all Senate Employee Self Service (ESS) applications.

Updated Apr 29, 2016

Bluebird-CRM

Constituent Relationship Management application, based on the CiviCRM open source CRM. Bluebird allows New York State Senators to interact more effectively with their constituents.

Updated Apr 28, 2016

OpenLegislation

OpenLegislation is a web service that delivers legislative information from the New York State Senate and Assembly to the public in near-real time. It is used internally to serve up legislative data for nysenate.gov and the Bluebird-CRM.

Updated Apr 20, 2016

GeoApi

The Senate Address Geo-coding Engine (SAGE) is a web service used to provide geo-mapping information to users. It includes address verification/correction, geo-coding of addresses, and district assignment using either Board of Election street files or TIGER/Line shapefiles. Most of SAGE's functionality is handled by third-party libraries and ser…

Updated Mar 19, 2016

Java 4 3

USPS-AMS-WebService

A network wrapper around the USPS Address Matching System API library that utilizes JNI to connect a Java servlet with the AMS proprietary C library.

Updated Mar 17, 2016

Java 9 2

InventoryMobileApp

This project utilizes an Android-based tablet with a bar-code scanner to track Senate inventory in the most efficient manner possible.

Updated Feb 17, 2016

Java 4 0

InventoryWebApp

A Java servlet-based web application that implements RESTful APIs for the InventoryMobileApp.

Updated Feb 17, 2016

SendgridStatsAccumulator

Server that receives blast e-mails statistics from SendGrid's EventAPI and stores them in a SQL database.

Updated Jan 22, 2016

Java 0 1

nysenate-api-clients

Client libraries in various languages to make it easy for developers to interact with the NYSenate.gov API.

Updated Jan 19, 2016

Java 3 0

ESS-Time-Attendance

This Senate Employee Self Service (ESS) web application provides an intuitive interface for Senate employees to enter their time records and review their time accruals, and for supervisors to review and approve time records.

Updated Nov 5, 2015

Java 2 3

Analytics

Provides analytical data on New York Senate websites and social media usage.

Updated Jul 2, 2015

Bluebird-Analytics

Utilities that parse Apache logs, store Bluebird HTTP requests in a database, and provide a dashboard for Bluebird usage analysis.

Updated May 28, 2015

Java 1 0

nysenate-java-utils

A collection of Java classes that are useful across multiple NY Senate projects.

Updated Apr 27, 2015

Java 2 0

BillBuzz

A service that creates digests of bill comments from the Senate's OpenLegislation service, and allows Senators and their staff to sign up to receive these digests.

Updated Oct 14, 2014

LegEthics-Training-Reports

A simple interface to generate reports on Ethics Training for the Legislative Ethics Commission.

Updated Oct 11, 2014

nyss-gitlab-redmine-theme

forked from doublerebel/modula-gitlab

nyss-gitlab-redmine-theme is a Gitlab-looking theme for Redmine. It was forked from the modula-gitlab project, which in turn is a fork of Modula's Mojito theme. NYSenate forked this project to implement fixes that work better with Redmine 2.1.x.

Updated Mar 7, 2014

Java 3 1

Newsclips

Daily newsclips service built for the NY Senate using the Daylife.com API

Updated Nov 21, 2013

Java 8 6

JGeocoder

JGeocoder is a free, open source geocoder implemented in Java. It assigns geocoordinates to postal addresses using the Federal Census Bureau's TIGER/Line data. It was abandoned by Jay Liang in 2008 and resurrected by the New York State Senate in late 2012.

Updated Mar 1, 2013

openleg-api-clients

Client libraries in various languages to make it easy for developers to interact with the OpenLegislation API.

Updated Jan 11, 2013

JavaScript 2 0

OpenLegUI

Front-end web interface to the OpenLegislation API, offering access to legislative data via an advanced search utility.

Updated Dec 8, 2011

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