Registered 2012-12-17 by John Preston

Ceres is a Web application that supports distributed agriculture projects. Distributed agriculture in this sense is defined as the cultivation of plants for human purposes across a number of sites and by a number of people or groups. A distributed agricultural project can set up a Ceres node, which provides tools to manage the project. A Ceres installation should help a DAP by:
 * facilitating management of planting and harvesting;
 * acting as an information resource about the species members wish to grow, and local factors such as climate;
 * providing communications and events tools to assist members in DAP activities such as harvest distribution;
 * promoting the existence of the DAP to non-members by giving it a public face via a website, and allowing non-members to get involved.
Ceres assumes a permacultural perspective and promotes activities such as inter-cropping. Ceres is written in the Haskell programming language and uses the Yesod Web framework.

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