The Linux journal magazine recently published an article about ALBAstryde: an agricultural information system build by SIMAS, a Nicaraguan NGO, on behalf of the Ministry of Agriculture, and released under a GPL v.3 license.
ALBAstryde is a dynamic web-based information system that combines data from different sources. The numeric data can easily be combined with textual data (by placing comments on the graphs), the write ups from the wiki component, and PDF documents (added in a library section).
Some members from our community were involved from the beginning in the process of building ALBAstryde, and that’s for me, one of the most remarkable aspects of this system; that the knowledge of building, operating and extending ALBAstryde is available locally and not depending on foreign experts.
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