We at OADA would like to welcome 360 Yield Center as the newest OADA partner.
“We look forward to providing meaningful connections to our farmer customers, easing data entry and flow of decisions through field equipment.”
We’re excited to have you on board and we look forward to your contributions to the community.
To view the current set of public OADA partners, please check out our Partner’s Page.
Since we’ve been mentioning the OADA Privacy and Use Components in some of our OADA talks, I thought it would be a good idea to post a link on the blog in addition to the existing mailing list thread.
For reference, here is a link to the current OADA Privacy and Use Components document in Google Docs:
and the mailing list thread for comments/suggestions: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/oada-dev/ydpmfgLsYDE
We would like to welcome the newest OADA partners:
Thanks to all of you and we look forward to your contributions to the community.
This is a good opportunity to check out our new Partner’s Page. We’ll be posting new partners there as they come on board. Thanks to all who have supported this effort thus far: an open source community is only as good as its members, and we’ve got a great start!
We’ve posted an initial draft of the working groups we’ll need to get rolling with OADA.
You can find it here as a Google Doc with comments enabled.
Have a look, tell your friends, make comments in-line on the Google Doc, or discuss it on the mailing list in this dedicated thread.
If you are interested in participating with a particular working group, please either email Aaron (email@example.com), or post to the working groups thread on the oada-dev mailing list. In the email, please include your:
Thanks to all who have joined the community!
Welcome to the Open Ag Data Alliance Project.
Our site is still in the process of being updated so please check back with us regularly for latest updates and changes.
In the mean time please check out our project on GitHub.