#DEPRECATED: This repo is no longer under development or being maintained. Information is for reference purposes only.
Work on this repo is suspended in favor of a new approach. Please visit our new repo at https://github.com/sfbrigade/lighten
SF Social Services Open Referral
SF Open Referral is working with several local government agencies to collect, maintain, and publish information about social services in San Francisco.
Before contributing, please read our wiki to understand the needs, background, and context of the project.
Please see the [CONTRIBUTING] document for specifics about submitting contributions through GitHub.
Thanks for your contributions!
After you have cloned this repo, run this setup script to set up your machine with the necessary dependencies to run and test this app:
It assumes you have a machine equipped with Ruby, Postgres, etc. If not, set up your machine with this script.
After setting up, you can run the application using foreman:
% foreman start
Visit localhost:3000 to make sure it's running.
Data from the plaintext dump of APD's guidebook should be migrated into the
database as part of the
./bin/setup script. The data import is handled by
db/seeds.rb file, and can be re-run with:
If you ever need to reset the database, try:
rake db:drop db:setup db:seed
Use the following guides for getting things done, programming well, and programming in style.
Env Setup FAQ
Error: Command 'qmake ' not available
Common fix on macs:
brew install qt
Otherwise try: installing capybara-webkit
Error: No pg_config... trying anyway.
You don't have postgres installed. TODO: find link.
Ruby env out of date / not installed
Error: PG::ConnectionBad: fe_sendauth: no password supplied
Your pgsql is probably not setup. Create a username and password for your pgsql. pgsql setup
/config/database.yml to have a username and password:
username: postgres password: postgres