In addition, Madrid has also approached towns and cities in Bulgaria, Italy, Germany, Malta, the Netherlands, Slovenia and Poland to understand whether they have the intention to use Consul and how to deploy them.
According to Enrique Muguerza Judez, head of the Madrid branch of the Open Source Citizen Participation Project, Consul has been introduced to Burgas (Bulgaria), Düsseldorf (Germany), Gdynia (Poland) and Valletta (Malta) )ofDevelopmentpersonnel. Next month, they will hold a MindTrek conference in Tamper, Finland. Subsequently, the ConsulCon 18 conference will be held in Madrid on November 22-24.
At the moment, Consul has been released on GitHub, which means anyone can view the code of the software and apply it to any use, subject to the Affero GPL.