[EN] Consolidate json/svg/xml files to be used as the SILL sources
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You can also use your local clone with git send-email.


#Consolidate and generate SILL data

SILL stands for "socle interministériel de logiciels libres", which refers to the list of recommended free software for the french public sector.

You can browse it on sill.etalab.gouv.fr.

This repository contains the code to generate various json files that are used by the SILL frontend.

It takes SILL data from this csv file and convert it to this json, also adding Wikidata additional information when available.

The SILL data are published under the Open License 2.0.


The development of this repository happens on the SourceHut repository.

The code is also published on GitHub to reach more developers, but please do not send pull requests there.

You can send patches by email using git-send-email.io. For your patches to be processed correctly, configure your local copy with this:

git config format.subjectPrefix 'PATCH sill-consolidate-data'

You can also contribute with bug reports, feature requests or general questions by writing to ~etalab/codegouvfr-devel@lists.sr.ht.


2020-2021 DINUM, Etalab.

This application is published under the EPL 2.0 license.