This is a mapping the GOATscape discussion focused on inventorying open access data and open source software for Ag Tech.
How to invite/engage/introduce goat to existing ag farm communiteis?
GOAT Open source library list/ wiki devs
How to engage students in GOAT (CS, Ag, Anthro, others)
Should group break out into sections?
- Information/Library for our selves.
- Toolkit for tools. <— All participants want to do this
- Reaching out and including others.
Interface feature in Airtable ← @hopeCAL does this
- Sift through data aggregation
Mapping partnerships among stakeholders
- Kumu (project, partners, lead partners) ← @anna is a user of this tool
- Relationships across tools.
Current set up for GOAT 2022: Google sheet in short term:
- People will fill it out
Sum App, a tool to create a survey - social system mapping.
- Not only tools, but organizations or independent contractors.
- Who was involved
- Geographic scope
- initial conditions
- output parameters
- how it is validated or calibrated
- who its built for
- who it is used by
Required Data versus Optional
- required fields based on visual representation
- Visualizing relationships?
- Make tool kits to solve issues?
- Networking, find people, jobs board
- Discovering gaps in the field?
- What role are you what types of things are you looking for? When you’re answering the survey here are things you’re looking for.
- map the (tool) landscape
- support projects
- make connections
- ask Q’s
- crops, scale
- region ecosystem
- management tools
- hardware / sensors
- coops/ orgs
- driven by trust/ reputation, has it been used before? (visualization would help)
- building tool kits to affect change
- Open libraries search
- Collab orgs
- foundational open hardware components
- hardware libraries
- connector projects for IOT
- find partners
- reduce redundancy
- To find topics of research
- Find gaps in tech and data
- look for collaborators
- post jobs
- custom dev requests!
- organizational tools
- data collection tools
- prototype web services (no code)
Interactive data visualizations that allow a diverse user base to filter and explore based on needs (highlighting things like relationships, users, etc)
User type views - be able to access library based on who i am / user type.
Community member activists find possible solutions that are in use or available now
visual representation of data (kumu) with different filters per user type.
Research for activists to build tool kits for their community needs.
(starting this week!)
- Google form and dataset
- Product whitepaper (ish) with
- future vision for toolkit
- define “open”: privacy, access, ownership of data
- Searchable tool name and categories
- Filter capabilities for retrieval
- Visualizations a la Kumu
Tools for toolkit building:
- Survey Stack
- Google Forms
- Open data vs open source
- Tool name
- Source of information: developer, researcher, website, interview
- Region/geographic info - where is/can be the tool used?
- Categories fluid with hashtags
- What is the tool used for?
- Who uses the tool? Who uses the tool? Separate with hashtags
- Who built/maintains: one person, small group, institution/company
- Feature list (customizable)
- Business model: Paid service available, your data is how you pay, something else?
- Interoperability/standards: with who? What? And mechanism of linkage
- Where is discussion/collaboration taking place?
- Reviews from users, how many users? Where are they?
Thursday working group to define dataset and adjust form
Outline and start on whitepaper-lite™