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by Jürgen Neumann at Raum Schiff Erde 2011....

by Jürgen Neumann at Raum Schiff Erde 2011.
The Open Hardware and Design Alliance (OHANDA) is an approach to label Open Source Hardware to make it visible as a commons shared resource. The proposed solution with OHANDA is a label in the sense of a trademark. The label will allow the developer to connect a copyleft license with any kind of physical device through OHANDA. Ready to register?

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    • Why OSH=> without knowing the bricks ...... we can not play with them!• open documentation and open design are key to open source• OSH is a common approach to unleash innovation and creativity• OSH needs lincenses for clear rules of cooperation and copying
    • OHANDAOpen Hardware and Design Alliance
    • OHANDA (Open Hardware and Design Alliance) is an initiative to fostersustainable sharing of open hardware and design. It was started at theGOSH!-Grounding Open Source Hardware summit at the Banff Centre in July2009 and one of the first goals of the project is to build a service for openhardware design which includes a certification model and a registration.Ohanda is in process, the process is open.
    • Adaptation of freedoms from Free Software Definitions:Freedom 0.The freedom to use the device for any purpose(The freedom to run the program for any purpose)Freedom 1.The freedom to study how the device works and change it to make it todo what you wish. Access to the complete design is precondition to this.(The freedom to study how the program works, and change it to make it to do what you wish.Access to the source code is precondition to this)Freedom 2.Redistribute the device and/or design (remanufacture)(The freedom to redistribute copies to help your neighbourgs)Freedom 3.The freedom to improve the device and/or design, and release yourimprovements (and modified versions in general) to the public, so thatthe whole community benefits. Access to the complete design isprecondition to this.(The freedom to improve the program and, and release your improvements (and modifiedversions in general) to the public, so that the whole community benefits. Access to the sourcecode is a precondition to this.
    • Why cant we just use any copyleft license? In short: copyleft is legally based on copyright, which can not be used inthe physical world. The equivalent would be patents, but patenting hardware to make it open is too time consuming,complicated and expensive.
    • The solution is a trademark. The trademark will allow the designer to connect a copyleft license with any kind ofphysical device through Ohanda.
    • How does it work?Ohanda.org scenario
    • designer device / prototype individual / group design artifacts (files) copyleft license1. The designer applies the copyleft license to the product designs and documentation.
    • designer individual / group device / prototype design artifacts (files) copyleft license ID: FFFF ohanda.org OK2. The designer registers in (as a person or as an organisation) and gets an unique developer ID. By registering atOhanda, the designer accepts the terms and conditions to use the trademark by granting the 4 freedoms to the userand publishing the work under a copyleft license.
    • designer ID: FFFF device / prototype OKEY: FFFF-0001 ohanda.org3. The designer will then register the product and receive a unique product ID. After doing so, the designer mayapply the trademark to the product.
    • designer product description user individual / group consumer ohanda.org OKEY: FFFF-0001 design artifacts (files) copyleft license4. With the unique Ohanda key on the product the user will be linked back to the designer, the product description,design artifacts and the copyleft license through the web based service offered by Ohanda.
    • designer product description user individual / group consumer & producer ohanda.org5. Empowered by the freedoms, user may develop the product further, register in as producer, share his/her designartifacts applied with copyleft license and be connected to the derivatives of the product.
    • The service could be based on existing webservices like DNS in order to keep the system light and distributed.
    • The trademark and registration key is printed / engraved on each copy of the device so the link to the documentationand to the contributors travels with the physical device itself.
    • Who will own the trademark?• existing, trusted & organisation like CC / FSF• new organisation to be founded• “share” / registrant = distributing ownership gradually
    • Next steps: Setting up a legal not-for profit entity for Ohanda and raising funds for registering the trademark.
    • RAVI GISLE SUSAN JON CHRIS BENGT TUOMO JÜRGEN DANIEL JESSICA BRIAN ALEX
    • YOU ARE INVITED.www.ohanda.orgwww.gosh2009.cawww.piksel.no/pipermail/gosh/
    • To: ohanda <ohanda@piksel.no> REGISTRATION(1) I hereby accept the terms and conditions for applying the OHANDA label toall hardware/devices I will register with the OHANDA by granting the 4 Freedoms(http://www.ohanda.org/index.php/4_Freedoms) to the user and I appreciate all effortsto make my registered hardware become completely held in commons.(2) I will publish the complete designs and documentation publicly on the Internet under a license thatcomplies with the Open Knowledge Definition (http://www.opendefinition.org/okd/) or the Open SourceHardware Definition (http://freedomdefined.org/OSHW) or put them in the public domain(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_domain).(3) I will publish any software that is required for using my hardware publicly on the Internet under alicense that complies with the Open Source Definition (http://opensource.org/docs/osd) or put it in thepublic domain (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_domain).(4) I will provide the first product I will register with OHANDA registration service within a period of1 month starting from today. This will include the weblink to the complete designs and documentation.(5) I will print/engrave the OHANDA label and the OHANDA Registration Key (OKEY) on every physicalcopy of my design starting latest 3 month after the confirmation of this registration.place, dateFull NameOrganisationFull AddressZIP City Country
    • German Privacy Foundation
    • e-magh3G Good Stove
    • MIT mini6 micro-controller
    • OPEN SOURCE HARDWARE AND DESIGN ALLIANCE WIKI | MAILINGLIST | ACCOUNT | LOG OUTABOUT PRODUCTS BLOG CREDITS 4x in brief | freedoms | category | category USE, MAKE, LEARN, SELL, CHANGE, COPY, MANUFACTURE, MASS-PRODUCE, IMPROVE, DOWNGRADE, UPGRADE, REDISTRIBUTE, DO ABSOLUTELY WHAT EVER YOU WANT. FREEDOMS = UNLIMITED & UNCONDITIONAL Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aenean pharetra rutrum augue vitae gravida. In hac habitasse platea dictumst. Sed risus odio, tincidunt id tristique id, dapibus a lacus. Sed nisi mauris, fringilla ut viverra vel, tincidunt sit amet nisi. Vestibulum iaculis nulla vitae ante cursus quis commodo purus sagittis. Praesent dignissim vehicula ipsum, quis consectetur nisi posuere vitae. Donec molestie est dictum erat faucibus ac rutrum mauris vestibulum. Vestibulum lorem nulla, varius nec mollis at, condimentum vel neque. Etiam vitae elementum quam. Nullam eu risus mi. Mauris non vehicula dui. Praesent venenatis odio non tellus feugiat mattis id sit amet
    • OPEN SOURCE HARDWARE AND DESIGN ALLIANCE WIKI | MAILINGLIST | ACCOUNT | LOG OUTABOUT PRODUCTS BLOG CREDITS | product | producer | organisation | OKEY | registration date | status MiniSix microcontroller Adam Whiton MIT Media Lab 0001-0001 2010-11-18 in progress MiniSix microcontroller Adam Whiton MIT Media Lab 0001-0001 2010-11-18 in progress MiniSix microcontroller Adam Whiton MIT Media Lab 0001-0001 2010-11-18 in progress MiniSix microcontroller Adam Whiton MIT Media Lab 0001-0001 2010-11-18 in progress MiniSix microcontroller Adam Whiton MIT Media Lab 0001-0001 2010-11-18 in progress MiniSix microcontroller Adam Whiton MIT Media Lab 0001-0001 2010-11-18 in progress MiniSix microcontroller Adam Whiton MIT Media Lab 0001-0001 2010-11-18 in progress MiniSix microcontroller Adam Whiton MIT Media Lab 0001-0001 2010-11-18 in progress MiniSix microcontroller Adam Whiton MIT Media Lab 0001-0001 2010-11-18 in progress MiniSix microcontroller Adam Whiton MIT Media Lab 0001-0001 2010-11-18 in progress MiniSix microcontroller Adam Whiton MIT Media Lab 0001-0001 2010-11-18 in progress MiniSix microcontroller Adam Whiton MIT Media Lab 0001-0001 2010-11-18 in progress