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Thanks to WestfW and Andrew Tergis who posted an Eagle ULP script and a library (respectively) on the forums (page 2)! Download them there or download them here: OSHW.lbr oshw-logo.ulp Thanks to Evil Mad Scientist, they have the EDA files available for download … Continue reading
Finally D-day is here! We are pleased to announce the 1.0 of the Open Source Hardware Definition. The definition has undergone a few rounds of feedback, and feedback collection has been done (online, forums, open hardware summit, stakeholder’s websites, email etc) and … Continue reading
FFFEEEEW! So we scraped the web (yes, all of it!), and compiled (hopefully most of) feedback on the Open Hardware Definition draft 0.4. The compilation doc lists the definition clauses as they stand today in the draft (http://www.freedomdefined.org/OSHW_draft), and below … Continue reading
A new proposed Open Source Hardware (OSHW) Draft Statement of Principles and Definition is up. The statement of principles is a high-level overview of the ideals of open-source hardware. The definition is an attempt to apply those ideals to a … Continue reading
The Summit has ended, but the discussions have not! Please visit the draft wiki (v.04) for the revised definition from the Summit: http://freedomdefined.org/OSHW_draft We invite you to discuss and comment in the forums and on the definition mailing list Resources and References … Continue reading
thanks Pt for posting and our generous sponsors for donating cool gadgets! (click on image for notes) Ps: apologies if not everyone at the summit got all the items listed, we had more attendees than expected!
Thank you all for attending, speaking, helping. The Open Hardware Summit was incredible. Already we are getting requests for a summit in 2011! For now we are catching up on sleep, and are getting ready for an exciting MakerFaire weekend. … Continue reading
We will be streaming the entire conference tomorrow! Now everyone who canʻt make it CAN! Weʻll be live here: http://ustre.am/oaVr We are live tweeting the event on our Twitter acount: @openhwsummit. Join the conversation during Q+Aʻs by tweeting #openhardware and … Continue reading
We are totally and completely sold out! But check the documentation page for live updates on twitter and a live stream.
As of Monday September 20th, at 4pm, there are less than 20 tickets left to the Open Hardware Summit. Get your tickets, hurry!