farmOS Projects and Issue Queues

The following list outlines the main farmOS project Git repositories and their associated issue queues. If you have a feature request or bug report, and you know what project it belongs in, feel free to create a new GitHub.com or Drupal.org issue in the appropriate queue. Otherwise, start a forum post or a GitHub issue in https://github.com/farmOS/farmOS/issues and the maintainers will help it find its place. :slight_smile:

farmOS

This is the main farmOS project, which is the server-side code that stores records and provides UI for managing them.

Repositories:

Issue queues:

The Drupal.org issue queue is the original and primary queue for farmOS. The GitHub queue is secondary, and serves as a starting place for some discussions before they are ultimately turned into official roadmap issues in Drupal.org.

farmOS Field Kit

This is the offline/mobile app that is packaged as a native Android/iOS app, and is also available as a progressive web app (PWA) on https://farmOS.app

Repository: https://github.com/farmOS/farmOS-client
Issue queue: https://github.com/farmOS/farmOS-client/issues

farmOS.js

This is a JavaScript library for interacting with a farmOS server via API requests. It is used by farmOS Field Kit.

Repository: https://github.com/farmOS/farmOS.js
Issue queue: https://github.com/farmOS/farmOS.js/issues

farmOS.py

This is a Python library for interacting with a farmOS server via API requests. It is used by the farmOS Aggregator.

Repository: https://github.com/farmOS/farmOS.py
Issue queue: https://github.com/farmOS/farmOS.py/issues

farmOS Aggregator

This is a service for pushing/pulling data from multiple farmOS instances in bulk. This is still a work in progress and is not considered stable yet.

Repository: https://github.com/farmOS/farmOS-aggregator
Issue queue: https://github.com/farmOS/farmOS-aggregator/issues

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Note that the above list does not include add-on modules for farmOS. A list of all farmOS core and community modules, see: https://farmos.org/development/projects/

Each of those will have its own repository and issue queue for feature requests and bug reports. If you are not sure where to submit new ideas/bugs, start a forum post, or create an issue in https://github.com/farmOS/farmOS/issues

@mstenta … you are the maintainer for the Bee module. So, you are a beekeeper, too?

That one is not listed as part of the distribution. Does that mean I would need a local installation to use and, possibly in the future, develop on it?

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I did have some hives, but they did not survive last winter, sadly. :frowning: I would like to again in the future!

That one is not listed as part of the distribution. Does that mean I would need a local installation to use and, possibly in the future, develop on it?

Do you have a farmOS instance on Farmier? If so I can enable the bee module on there for you. I just need to know your farmOS URL. :slight_smile:

I just went and signed up so I can check it out further.
https://hits.farmos.net

I just ran across your project today (thanks to the Red Had plug). It’s precisely project I have been dreaming of starting up. I was considering hacking on ERPNext but, this looks to be moving more in the ag direction. So, I’m all in. Winter is here so there should be time, now. Any direction you can point me to get up to speed would be helpful.

I’m an IT geek (Computer and Information Science degree) who knows how to do light programming. I started homesteading 8 years ago. I keep bees, raise broilers (Salatin style) and, of course, have egg layers. Pigs and dairy goats are on the list for next year. It’s my goal to retire from corporate life to the homestead. It would be great to bring my geek skills to it, too.

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I enabled the farm_bee module for you - sorry it took so long! Was at a conference over the weekend and forgot about it!

Oh that all sounds great!!! Welcome to the farmOS community! You’ll fit right in here. :slight_smile: