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Open Source Hardware (adolescence)

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Presentation about Open Source Hardware by Phillip Torrone (Maker Media) and Limor Fried (Adafruit Industries).

Presentation about Open Source Hardware by Phillip Torrone (Maker Media) and Limor Fried (Adafruit Industries).

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  • 1. Open Source Hardware (adolescence) Limor Fried - Phillip Torrone
  • 2. I see no social imperative for free hardware designs like the imperative for free software. Freedom to copy software is an important right because it is easy now--any computer user can do it. Freedom to copy hardware is not as important, because copying hardware is hard to do. On Free Hardware By Richard Stallman - Linux Today, 1999
  • 3. There are a few definitions, some of which come from open source software, which is usually considered software's source code under a license (or arrangement such as the public domain) that permits users to study, change, and improve the software, and to redistribute it in modified or unmodified form. So how does this translate to hardware? Electronic hardware can be divided up into layers, each of which has different document types and licensing concerns.