[Discuss] Translation to Spanish for "Best Practices for Open-Source Hardware"
FREE SMALL WIND TURBINE PROJECT PEOPLE
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Thu Oct 17 17:01:32 UTC 2013
Thank you Mat for the link to Mach 30's Open Design Engine (ODE).
2013/10/17 Matt Maier <blueback09 at gmail.com>
> 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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