[Discuss] Translation to Spanish for "Best Practices for Open-Source Hardware"

Matt Maier blueback09 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 17 14:27:33 UTC 2013

On Wed, Oct 16, 2013 at 8:45 PM, Mario Gómez <mxgxw.alpha at gmail.com> wrote:

>    I would say both.
> Personally I always liked the idea of software repositories like PyPI (
> https://pypi.python.org/pypi). Websites like Thingiverse, and Upverter
> are great but are more on focused on the design files than the whole
> picture of the OSHW.


Before you build your own solution you should check out Mach 30's Open
Design Engine (ODE). https://opendesignengine.net/

It was built from the ground up as a hardware-specific project management
tool (Mach 30 wants to build open source rockets and satellites). You can
add whatever you want for your specific project, like a wiki, and/or a
forum, and/or a blog, and/or a repository, etc. You can then fill up that
project with all of your files and everyone can come to one place to
coordinate themselves. You can even fork the entire project and the new
project gets everything that was in the original, files, the whole forum,
all the comments, etc and the new project can go in its own direction from
that baseline.

Here is J. Simmons, the founder of Mach 30, explaining how to use ODE for
an example robot project. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COH4E_Ie1P0
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