In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king
I love this idea.... warning warning warning ... I did this stuff for 40 years and if you want someone to bog you down in the details... I'm your guy. Now that the warning is out of the way......I finally got around to creating a little Google Sheets of strains that I want to remember as being solid hitters.
Broken up by dispensary and Flower/Concentrate.
It could probably be better organized.
Reliable Dispensary InfoSheet1 Dispensary:,GrowHealthy,MUV,LHS,SunnySide,RiSE,Trulieve,Curaleaf,Fluent,Vidacann,HT Flower Queso Perro,Mac 1,Krome Runtz BrickHouse,Slurricane White 99 Neon Groove Dispensary:,GrowHealthy,MUV,LHS,SunnySide,RiSE,Trulieve,Curaleaf,Fluent,Vidacann,HT Concentrates Ruby Slippers - Live Badder ...docs.google.com
For now, I have it set to only be able to view / comment.
A few options.
I could leave it open for anyone to edit, any concerns with that?
I could leave it open for anyone who I grant access to edit (may be annoying waiting for approval to be let in?)
I could leave it open for comments, and I'll add the strains upon request and have anyone add comments for each strain with their experience.
Any thoughts on how to navigate this?
I think the comment aspect is pretty cool, as people can comment their thoughts on the dispensary or the particular strain.
How far do you want to go with this? Is the goal to capture a one line reference that's updated as time goes by for a dispo/strain or track it through multiple iterations? E.g. Its a safe bet to label Queso Perro from GH as good on a long term basis but a strain from TL could be great currently and suck in a few months time. Allowing for multiple comments on a single dispo/strain that includes a separate cell for purchase date, recommended(Y/N) and even "user" might be needed.
I would lock it down (option 3) initially to see what happens and to eliminate having to clean up the mess that multiple, unmanaged user entry's could cause. I've never used Google Sheets and attempts to use Excel in a similar way (Network Storage) got a little messy and eventually we either had to designate a central person to enter the data or send it to multiple people one at a time or have someone clean it up at set times.