How We Connect
The OpenTEAM community uses the following tools for communicating:
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Gathering for Open Agriculture Technology (GOAT) is the essential forum for the many members of OpenTEAM to discuss software, hardware, calibration and validation, methods + ontologies, models, tools for analyzing data, and any other work that goes into technology development.
The OpenTEAM technology, HCD, and field methods working groups utilize GitLab for group project management and version control throughout the development lifecycle of various OpenTEAM projects. Through the use of GitLab boards, Field Methods Group The field methods group bridges science with the available tools to create a versioned and tiered ap… create new “issues” that represent agenda items or shared tech challenges to be addressed.
OpenTEAM uses Slack as an internal communications platform for our working groups, OpenTEAM Hubs will serve as a primary testing ground for the OpenTEAM platform, and their experience and feedback will i…, and network members. Slack allows for both public and private channels of communication within the immediate OpenTEAM community. For hub and network members specifically, Slack is a platform to bounce around ideas, ask questions, and share on-farm updates.
Riot, developed by Matrix, is an app for secure, decentralized communication. OpenTEAM uses riot to discuss the ins and outs of our tech development. Just create an account and start chatting!
Have a question about A free and open-source web-based farm management and record keeping system that also provides a platform for the creatio…? Post it to the FarmOS forum or check out previous posts to see if your question has already been answered. Discussions range more broadly from development and user interface to the specifics of creating a grazing plan and mapping out your farm. Simply create a login at https://farmos.discourse.group/ to post to the forum.