open food

Life is Beautiful cocktail recipe
We often say that open source is like a recipe. The source code, or "code recipe," is available for others to go by, modify, and change to their liking and to fit their preferences. Enjoy this cocktail recipe from Opensource.com contributor, frequent traveler, and OpenNMS CEO Tarus Balog.
0 comments Posted 21 Nov 2014 by Tarus Balog Feed
RAFI is on a mission to cultivate markets, policies, and communities that sustain thriving, socially just, and environmentally sound family farms. Learn how they directly assist individual farmers and work at the local, national, and international levels for a more just and sustainable food system... Read more
0 comments Posted 20 Nov 2014 by Joseph Schroeder Feed
Open source code for a better food system, code with grass image
The story of Open Food Source (OFS), one of the longest running open source food hub software available today.
0 comments Posted 19 Nov 2014 by Roy Guisinger Feed
Lettuce farming field for Open Food Week
On revolutionizing American agribusiness from the ground up, one seed at a time. Could "open source" join the ranks of food labeling like "organic" and "fair trade"? Do patents threaten food security and national security at large? Should governments invest in public plant breeding?
4 comments Posted 17 Nov 2014 by Lisa M. Hamilton Feed
Open Food Week in a cornfield
Open Food Week on Opensource.com starts on November 17. We will run stories from the open food community about how people are using open source software and methods used to improve farming, food, and agriculture systems.
0 comments Posted 14 Nov 2014 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
International open data hackathon--It’s coming together
A number of things have started to really come together for this Saturday, Dec 3rd. I've noticed a number of new cities being tweeted about (hello Kuala Lumpur & Oakland!) and others adding themselves to the wiki. Indeed, we seem to be above 40 cities. It is hard to know how many people... Read more
0 comments Posted 30 Nov 2011 by David Eaves Feed
The Open Source Food panel raised a diverse and complicated array of ideas about what exactly open source is and how it can be applied to food from software, hardware, social, and research perspectives. The conversation began by talking about how large amounts of information about where, who, and... Read more
2 comments Posted 19 Jul 2011 by The Experimental Gourmand Feed