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Aim of the project
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Long term goals
  
 
This project is based on an open source platform aiming to bring this "fermentation equipment" to as many brewers and fermenters being as affordable as possible helping in proliferation of the movement making the fermentations more reliable and fun.
 
This project is based on an open source platform aiming to bring this "fermentation equipment" to as many brewers and fermenters being as affordable as possible helping in proliferation of the movement making the fermentations more reliable and fun.
  
  
* short term goals 1-3 months, prototype (started 20/5/2012 - end of August 2012)
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* short time goals 1-3 months, prototype (started 20/5/2012 - end of August 2012)
  
  
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- to finish up the development of a robust incubator which is allowing general public to do various types of fermentations on day to day basis in a simple and reliable manner
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- to develop a robust incubator which is allowing general public to do various types of fermentations on day to day basis in a simple and repetitive way
  
- finding a producer which will commercialize the project producing the incubator based on open source licences  
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- find a producer which will commercialize the project producing the incubator based on open source licences  
  
- further develop the concept so the experimental incubator will detect and controll various additional factors as humidity, pH, level of dissolved oxygen, CO2, etc.  
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- further develop the concept so the experimental incubator will detect various additional factors as humidity, pH, level of dissolved oxygen, CO2, etc.  
  
  
  
 
* Links and resources
 
* Links and resources

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