Welcome! We're glad you're here. There are lots of ways you can contribute to the OpenAg Initiative, including building a Food Computer, filing issues, writing documentation, and writing code. OpenAg is an open source project and we welcome contributions from anyone! Our greatest strength is our curious, kind, inclusive, and open community.
This page helps guide you through the ways you can follow along with our research, engage with the OpenAg @ MIT Media Lab team, contribute to Food Computer development, and interact with the next generation of digital farmers.
See the page about Building Food Computers as a team for details about how to find people near you building a Food Computer or organize a new group in your city/country.
Working as part of a group will help you get started more quickly and cost effectively.
If possible, file issues with with the appropriate Github project. To see a list of GitHub projects, go to our github.
New to Github issues? Here's a video guide.
We welcome contributions from anyone! OpenAg software is licensed under GPL 3.0 and contributions must be released under the same license as the parent codebase.
New to Git and Github? Check out these video tutorials.
We welcome contribution from everyone. Here are the guidelines if you want to contribute:
master) or given feedback for changes that would be required.
Some helpful guidelines:
mastermust always be deployable.
In general, we folllow this https://gist.github.com/17twenty/6733076
Documentation can be found on the Wiki. Your contributions are welcome! You are free to edit and improve this wiki, as well as create links to pages you wish existed.