Apply OSHW Definition

A summary of all the logos created with various formats lives here: oshwlogo.com

I support the Open Source Hardware Definition v1.0

Show your support for Open Hardware by applying the Open Hardware Definition to your work/project/website. Just copy and paste the code below into your webpage.

<p style=”text-align: center;”><a href=”http://freedomdefined.org/OSHW”><img title=”oshwv1″ src=”http://2011.oshw.org/files/2011/08/oshw-logo-100-px.png” alt=”” width=”100″/></a>I support the <a href=”http://freedomdefined.org/OSHW”>Open Source Hardware Definition v1.0</a></p>

Note: The OSHW Logo v1.0 was submitted by an OSHW enthusiast as part of the logo competition and has undergone a public selection/vote process. More details here

13 Responses to Apply OSHW Definition

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  6. PETER KIRN says:

    FYI, you should remove the leading www; it currently breaks the URI (and it’s bad practice, anyway)!

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  8. Alexis Sanchez says:

    this is the oficial logo?

  9. julien says:

    currently designing a breaking open source sound machine
    looking for the best license, probably OSHW will be choosen !!

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  11. ZapWizard says:

    Can we please get the logo in a vector format? .SVG for example.
    One tiny JPEG doesn’t make for an official logo. Don’t forget people also need to be able to put these onto PCB’s, in which case a .SVG can be converted to .DXF or other vector formats.

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