[Discuss] The small Indian movement!

Catarina Mota catarina at openmaterials.org
Wed Oct 3 00:05:21 UTC 2012

Wow, this sounds great! OSHWA is here to help of course, but more than give
you suggestions I would love to hear about your experiences with growing
the open source hardware movement in India: what works, what doesn't work,
what people are interested in, what knowledge and tools should locations
where OSHW is well established be making available to the rest of the
world, etc.


On Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 12:08 AM, Ashfaq Farooqui <ashfaq.farooqui at gmail.com
> wrote:

> Hey All,
> The Open hardware movement has been taking great strides all over the
> world, but down here in India it doesn't seem to have the same vigour.
> A friend of and me recently took up responsibility of motivating more
> students. And it was quite a success.
> I shall be sending in a report shortly,
> Our objective is concentrating at the roots, that is we want to instill in
> them a sense of work and a culture of community learning(which lacks down
> here). And as electronic enthusiasts we are teaching them electronics.
> along with us a few software students are actively teaching Computer
> science. so we have a brilliant team.
> photoelectricchefs.weebly.com/fhm.html
> Here's our small FAQ page about what we do.
> Please feel free to give us your suggestions and comments,will help us
> improve.
> Do get in touch with us for any clarifications,
> Thanks & Regards,
> Ashfaq.
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