farmOS - A web-based application for farm management, planning, and record keeping.
jdaviescoates last edited by jdaviescoates
This looks very useful. It's basically a Drupal Distribution
https://farmos.org/ - website
https://github.com/farmOS - lots of repos
https://github.com/farmOS/farmOS - looks like the main one
https://farmos.org/hosting/installing/ - installation instructions
https://farmos.org/development/docker - docker
https://farmier.com/ - hosted version
https://twitter.com/farmOSorg - twitter
@jdaviescoates Looks really neat, except for the fact it's built on Drupal...that aside, shouldn't be too tough to package. I'm actually surprised nobody's done Drupal yet separately
@jdaviescoates The gentlemen over at homelabos (Nick) works at a Farm Management & Environmental Mapping startup as their CTO. From what I recall their software is open source and they make a line of open hardware too: https://grownetics.co/ have been meaning to make a post here and this reminded me of it .
@plusone-nick nice, thanks! I'd also seen that but had forgotten about it!
@jdaviescoates +1, welcome! I've been growing microgreens for about a year and ha half now - the plan is to eventually automate a whole rack (lights, water, temp, so on...) so these projects could save the day lol also recently have been messing with budibase as an easy to make custom app for simple data entry to track per batch for historics
I've been growing microgreens for about a year and ha half now - the plan is to eventually automate a whole rack (lights, water, temp, so on...)
@jdaviescoates its actually a little over 3 years (time flies) but took a break during most of the shelter, starting back up again. These a from about 2 years ago: Sunflowers & Pea shoots
@jdaviescoates No i have not =] seem pretty cool, mainly outdoor garden but still +1