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.tx Fix Transifex config file to upload source PO correctly
app Don't export the fake authorities that we use for admin.
commonlib @ 4e84e9e New version of commonlib.
config Merge tag '' into develop
doc Add note on Rails security upgrades to change file.
lib Merge tag '' into develop
locale Latest translations from transifex.
public Move styling of popup close buttons to stylesheet so they can be more…
script Don't install the develop or development group of gems in travis.
spec Handle case where info request doesn't have a user_name
tmp tmp directory should be available
vendor Remove vendored fakeweb gem. I think this was missed when we switched…
.cvsignore Ignore new cache dirs
.gitignore Revert "Revert "Let’s try fixing bundler instead""
.gitmodules Merge jpmckinney/bundler
.rvmrc Revert "Revert "Merge remote-tracking branch 'henare_github/patch-1'""
.travis.yml Don't test travis fix branch anymore.
Capfile capify .
Gemfile Merge tag '' into develop
Gemfile.lock Merge tag '' into develop
LICENSE.txt License in each project repository
README-rails.txt make a sensible README for the project Ask people to get in touch by email too.
Rakefile If we're not going to run the commonlib tests (and I think that's cor… add a so that rack servers can run alaveteli more seamlessly

Welcome to Alaveteli!

Build Status Dependency Status

This is an open source project to create a standard, internationalised platform for making Freedom of Information (FOI) requests in different countries around the world. The software started off life as WhatDoTheyKnow, a website produced by mySociety for making FOI requests in the UK.

We hope that by joining forces between teams across the world, we can all work together on producing the best possible software, and help move towards a world where governments approach transparency as the norm, rather than the exception.

Please join our mailing list at and introduce yourself, or drop a line to to let us know that you're using Alaveteli.

Some documentation can be found in the doc/ folder. There's background information and a more documentation on our wiki, and lots of useful information (including a blog) on the project website

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