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Transformer from Bertha to People data model
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curated-authors-transformer

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Retrieves author data curated by editorial people and transforms it to People according to UP JSON model.
Authors data is specified by a Google spreadsheet which is accessible through Bertha API.
The service exposes endpoints for getting all the curated authors' UUIDs and for getting authors by uuid.

How to run

Locally:

go get github.com/Financial-Times/curated-authors-transformer

$GOPATH/bin/ ./curated-authors-transformer --bertha-source-url=<BERTHA_SOURCE_URL> --port=8080

export|set PORT=8080
export|set BERTHA_SOURCE_URL="http://.../Authors"
$GOPATH/bin/curated-authors-transformer

With Docker:

docker build -t coco/curated-authors-transformer .

docker run -ti --env BERTHA_SOURCE_URL=<bertha_url> coco/curated-authors-transformer

#Endpoints

##Refresh Cache
POST /transformers/authors with empty request message refreshes the transformer cache.
The transformer loads Bertha data in memory at startup time by default. Every time a POST triggers this endpoint, the transformer refetches Bertha data.

##Count
GET /transformers/authors/__count returns the number of available authors to be transformed as plain text.
A response example is provided below. Calling this endpoint will trigger refresh of the transformer cache.

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##IDs
GET /transformers/authors/__ids returns the list of author's UUIDs available to be transformed.
The output is a sequence of JSON objects, however the returned Content-Type header is text\plain.
A response example is provided below.

{"id":"5baaf5a4-2d9f-11e6-a100-1316a778acd2"} {"id":"5baaf5a4-2d9f-11e6-a100-1316a778acd5"} {"id":"5baaf5a4-2d9f-11e6-a100-1316a778acd9"} {"id":"5baaf5a4-2d9f-11e6-a100-1316a778acd8"} {"id":"5baaf5a4-2d9f-11e6-a100-1316a778acd0"} {"id":"daf5fed2-013c-468d-85c4-aee779b8aa53"} {"id":"daf5fed2-013c-468d-85c4-aee779b8aa51"}

##Authors by UUID
GET /transformers/authors/{uuid} returns author data of the given uuid.
A response example is provided below.

{
  "uuid": "daf5fed2-013c-468d-85c4-aee709b8aa53",
  "alternativeIdentifiers": {
    "TME": [
      "Q0ItMDAwMDkwMA==-QXV0auiycw=="
    ],
    "uuids": [
      "daf5fed2-013c-468d-85c4-aee779b8aa53"
    ]
  },
  "name": "Martin Wolf",
  "prefLabel": "Martin Wolf",
  "emailAddress": "author.email@domain.com",
  "twitterHandle": "@martinwolf_",
  "facebookProfile": "martin-wolf",
  "linekdinProfile": "martin-wolf-123",
  "description": "Martin Wolf is chief economics commentator at the Financial Times, London. He was awarded the CBE (Commander of the British Empire) in 2000 “for services to financial journalism”",
  "descriptionXML": "<p>Martin Wolf is chief economics commentator at the Financial Times, London. He was awarded the CBE (Commander of the British Empire) in 2000 “for services to financial journalism”</p>",
  "_imageUrl": "https://example.site.com/image/martin-wolf.png"
}
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