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The Grow Room forums; Wanted to let everyone know about a project I started called HERB.IQ, is open source and completely free. We currently ...
Free Grow Software!
Wanted to let everyone know about a project I started called HERB.IQ, is open source and completely free. We currently have 2 developers and 2 bug testers working on the project including myself. We just put out our first stable release today, you can get it on our main site at sourceforge or our backup site on codeplex:
I'm going to check this out.
Also I always thought it would be nice to know how many hours are on a bulb since it was replaced.
I write down on my bulb box's the amount of hours on them when I switch so I don't lose track
on when I should switch. I don't know if anyone else could see this as helpful but it's a thought.
No Thank you for providing the community with your software!
Originally Posted by LuciferX
I've looked at a few already and none really come close to just using pen and paper for what I like to track.
I'm liking what I see so far though and I'm already beginning to populate some data into it.
I see you mentioned supporting sensors in future builds. At that time will there be an option for recording that
data, such as temp and co2 ppm? Again I'm not sure if that info is really necessary or if I just am over analyzing.
I like to note any changes I see in the plants individually with the environment.
I like the plant id option. Of the variety I'm running I break them down even further so I can track possible phenotypes
I may like over time over others. for example X-1 X-2, B-1, B-2 etc.
Having software makes coming up with a logging system so much easier..
Last edited by LuciferX; 07-03-2010 at 02:49 PM.
Reason: speling errer
Woo! We're live!
Lx - just run a VirtualOS app. I considered a phone version of the app... simply interface with the instance on the desktop. Authenticated, using the API we've discussed. Could take pictures/video direct on your phone and it is transferred to your desktop automagically. I think Apple and Google would approve it. No idea about Microsoft.
Here is the standalone version for anyone that doesn't want to use the installer version --> http://herbiq.codeplex.com/releases/...nloadId=130416
The standalone won't automatically update like the installer will though
Some one posted this to the site yesterday, the source forge link, and i got to playing with your software. What a great tool. I want to 2nd the idea of having an Iphone/Blackberry/Windows mobile device sync function. that way one could input the data and take pictures right from the grow room, and let it sync with the PC to get the overall big picture later when u need it. thanks again for helping the community, you NEED to setup a domain and center distribution point, as well as a donations button
HERBIQ.com still available? :P
Good software, should be alot cooler about ver 2.0.
Just some suggestions and my 2 cents.
1. Add mother plants or a "Clone" button option to make clones and just add an incremental number after the cutting, so it will sorta automate that process. Strain Clone #x. I hope that sorta makes sense.
2. Copy. Being able to make copies for adding the 5 plants of the same strain you already have going.
3. Events Reservor Seclection, Drop down selection of reservoir and how much was used, and let the program do the math.
4. Reservoir. Drop down selection from your nutrients. I'm sure that one is being worked on already.
Ok back to playing with your software. Good job.
Try installing this framework from Microsoft before running the installer for anyone that gets an error opening a file type --> http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
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