The Infragram project brings together a range of different efforts to make Do-It-Yourself plant health comparisons possible with infrared photography.
Check it here: https://publiclab.github.io/infragram/
This is ported out of the Node server application at https://github.com/p-v-o-s/infragram-js
Read more at https://publiclab.org/infragram
- Fork our repo from https://github.com/publiclab/infragram.
- In the console, download a copy of your forked repo with
git clone https://github.com/your_username/infragramwhere
your_usernameis your GitHub username.
- Enter the new infagram directory with
npm install- this will install all the node packages into your local machine.
npm install http-server -g && http-server(this installs http-server globally and then runs it, next time you just need to do
http-serverto run it locally)
We welcome contributions, and are especially interested in welcoming first time contributors. Read more about how to contribute below! We especially welcome contributions from people belonging to groups under-represented in free and open source software!
Code of Conduct
Please read and abide by our Code of Conduct; our community aspires to be a respectful place both during online and in-person interactions.
To report security vulnerabilities or for questions about security, please contact email@example.com. Our Web Working Group will assess and respond promptly.
Help improve Public Lab software!
- Join the firstname.lastname@example.org discussion list to get involved
- Look for open issues at https://github.com/publiclab/infragram/labels/help-wanted
- We're specifically asking for help with issues labelled with help-wanted tag
- Find lots of info on contributing at http://publiclab.org/wiki/developers
- Review specific contributor guidelines at http://publiclab.org/wiki/contributing-to-public-lab-software
- Some devs hang out in http://publiclab.org/chat (irc webchat)
- Join our gitter chat at https://gitter.im/publiclab/publiclab
New to open source/free software? Here is a selection of issues we've made especially for first-timers. We're here to help, so just ask if one looks interesting : https://code.publiclab.org
Here is a link to our Git workflow.