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The early bird catches the ticket! A limited number of reduced price Early Bird tickets for the Open Hardware Summit are on sale. Once these run out, prices WILL GO UP. Click on the Attend page to purchase your ticket. We have two types of tickets, … Continue reading
Sponsor the Summit! Sponsorship for the Open Hardware Summit is open! Special thanks to our sponsors who have already donated. The summit is in its second iteration in partnership with MAKE and Makerfaire at the New York Hall of Science. Last year, 350 people came together … Continue reading
We’re extending the submission deadline for the Open Hardware Summit until next Friday, July 1st (at 11:59 pm U.S. Eastern time). While there have been many exciting submissions already, we know that not everyone had enough time to put together … Continue reading
* * * Submission deadline extended until July 1st, 2011 * * * The Open Hardware Summit (OHS) invites submissions for the second annual summit, to be held on September 15, 2011 in New York City (Venue TBA). The Open … Continue reading
Jason Kruse of Mr. Decals created decals for the new Open Hardware logo and is giving them away free + shipping. Plaster your Open Hardware stickers everywhere!
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
The results of the public votes for the OSHW logo are in! Almost 9000 people voted, and the community selected “Golden Orb” by Macklin Chaffee as the OSHW Logo v1.0 (submitted on Feb 11th, 2011). Congratulations Golden Orb, thank you … Continue reading
The Public Vote portion for the OSHW logo is now CLOSED (11.59pm on April 5th)! Come back for the verdict (or follow on twitter). Thank you all for voting!!
As some members of the community pointed out, last Saturday, we saw a sudden surge in voting percentage for one of the logos up for public vote (see comments here). After some investigation, turns out some people had written scripts … Continue reading