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A manual for the mycelial arts.
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spore

A manual for the mycelial arts.

Overview

spore is intended to serve as a reference manual for the cultivation of mycelium and mushrooms. Contents will include substrate recipes, techniques and processes - with an emphasis on clear instructions, low-tech approaches and proven methodologies.

Further goals of the spore project are to allow for offline-first viewing of the contained information in multi-formats, such as PDF and a locally-deployed website. It is our sincere hope that this manual will serve numerous individuals, collectives and communities on their co-creative journeys with fungi.

spore has been formed through the collaborative efforts of Harmonic Mycology (Cape Town, South Africa) and the Kiez Pilz Kollektiv (Berlin, Germany).

Technical Details

The contents of spore are written in Markdown and presented as a digital manual in the form of a website. This format allows ease of navigation and searchability. spore uses mdBook, a software utility written in the Rust programming language, to create the digital manual.

Usage

Clone this repository to your computer:

git clone https://git.sr.ht/~glyph/spore

Move into the spore directory:

cd spore

Serve a digital version of the manual on your computer:

mdbook serve

Or, build a binary of the manual which can be run as an executable:

mdbook build

See the mdBook User Guide for further information.

Contact

You are warmly invited to contact glyph on glyph@mycelial.technology or in the Scuttleverse (@HEqy940T6uB+T+d9Jaa58aNfRzLx9eRWqkZljBmnkmk=.ed25519) if you have any questions or would like to contribute to the project.

License

CC BY-NC-SA 4.0