django-sayit

SayIt - a component for recording and storing public statements.

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SayIt

SayIt is an open source Django application or project to store transcripts and present them in a modern, searchable format.

One example of SayIt in action is mySociety's website sayit.mysociety.org <http://sayit.mysociety.org>_ which contains a variety of transcripts, including:

  • The Leveson Inquiry <http://leveson.sayit.mysociety.org>_
  • The Charles Taylor trial <http://charles-taylor.sayit.mysociety.org>_
  • The plays of Shakespeare <http://shakespeare.sayit.mysociety.org>_

Another is OpenHouse Nova Scotia <http://www.openhousens.ca>_, providing an unofficial record of the proceedings of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly.

SayIt is a Poplus component <http://poplus.org> by mySociety <http://www.mysociety.org/>.

Get involved

If you have transcripts you'd like to be included on our website, or have the technical skills to create such transcripts, please see http://sayit.mysociety.org/about/community.

For more information on how to use SayIt in your own Django project or as a standalone site, please see our documentation <http://mysociety.github.io/sayit/>_:

  • Installation <http://mysociety.github.io/sayit/install/>_
  • Testing <http://mysociety.github.io/sayit/testing/>_
  • Development <http://mysociety.github.io/sayit/develop/>_

Testing

In a virtualenv, to run the tests::

pip install -e .[test]
./manage.py test speeches

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