Your Priorities Version 6
# Git clone with the Active Citizen submodule library git clone https://github.com/rbjarnason/your-priorities-app.git cd your-priorities-app git submodule init git submodule update # In app root folder npm install cd client_app bower install (make sure to always select the packages required by your-priorities-app) cp server_api/config/config.json.dist server_api/config/config.json vi server_api/config/config.json # Add information about an empty postgres database ./start Go to localhost:4242 in your browser
Create an user and give it admin privileges by running the following command in the root of the app
node server_api/scripts/setAdminOnAll.js firstname.lastname@example.org
You need to set the ENV var REDIS_URL to point to your local redis installation with URL format like redis://user:pwd@hostname:port
Bunyan is used for logging into JSON, which is great for feeding for example into Elastic Search for analytic - https://github.com/trentm/node-bunyan The log is piped to STDOUT so you need to pipe it into a file > /var/log/yrpri.log
To build a client_dist production folder with vulcanized web components
npm install polymer-cli cd client_app ./createDist
For production mode you need to supply the URL to the database as an ENV variable
For production please define SESSION_SECRET=somethingrandomandlong
For SMTP support define SMTP_SERVER, SMTP_USERNAME, SMTP_PASSWORD and SMTP_PORT. We assume security through STARTTLS negotiation.
When using Heroku SENDGRID_USERNAME, and SENDGRID_PASSWORD need to be defined.
Running behind another web server
If you are running behind a web server like nginx and want to disable production to force https, you can define an ENV variable as DISABLE_FORCE_HTTPS=1
Also if you are running behind nginx you want to add the following to your config: proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Proto https;
For S3 Image Upload
# To run with image upload to S3 enabled AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=XXX AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=XXX S3_BUCKET=my-test S3_REGION=eu-central-1 ./start
You will need to have the imagemagick package installed.
Your Priorities uses Active Citizen
Active Citizen is an open source library, API and UI for activity streams and notifications using machine learning to recommend content to users.
Your Priorities user help
Here are basic user instructions.
Active Citizen PredictionIO recommendations (optional)
Install PredictionIO Install Universal Recommendation Import your data with the Active Citizen events_importer script (if you already have some data) train the template deploy the template
Here is a Dockerfile that can either be used to build a Docker container with PredictionIO and Universal Recommendation or as a recipe for building your own non-Docker Ubuntu/Debian based predictionIO VM on any cloud or locally.
Active Citizen Tensorflow Classifications (experimental)
Install TensorFlow The python classifier scripts are in active-citizen/engine/classifications The export files for Your Priorities content are in active-citizen/exporters Currently you need to use the exporters to generate datasets for the TensorFlow python scripts Example dataset from our Better Reykjavik citizen particiaption website is provided in active-citizen/exporters/datasets/better_reyjkavik
If you want to help us translate the app to your language please use Trensifex for online translation for the app. It's easy to use and free for open source projects. See instructions in the link below.
Developed by the non-profit Citizens Foundation Iceland
Our mission is to bring people together to debate and prioritize innovative ideas to improve their communities.
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