BeeXML.org is focused on supporting your use of the beeXML standard by:
The BeeXML standard enables the following benefits:
You may also access the BeeXML standard sample on GitHub: https://github.com/hopchop/beeXML.git
XML ‐ (Extensible Markup Language) is used to store and transport data.
Some design principles of XML:
XML is designed for data availability, sharing, transport. It requires complementary technology to do anything else. i.e. Someone must write a piece of software to send, receive, store, or display it, for example:
A multidisciplinary group of different stakeholders including researchers, beekeepers, beekeeping associations, beehive digital monitoring producers, authorities, and others. Collaborators are always welcome as the BeeXML standard is a work in process that depends on the participation of data collectors and reviewers.
The Apimondia Working Group on Bee Data Standardisation is currently overseeing this initiative.
No, BeeXML is not a product (hardware nor software). It is a working standard for the way we collect and manage data about bees and beekeepers.
Yes, everyone is welcome. Just contact us to see how we can collaborate. Are you a researcher? You can also submit an abstract to the BeeXML journal.
Visit this website regularly for updates. Also check our upcoming BeeXML journal issues or contact us.
Also visit the GitHub BeeXML Repository at https://github.com/hopchop/beeXML.git