[Discuss] OSHW development policies
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Thu Jul 3 20:59:28 UTC 2014
Great Work Andres!
I'm Mario Gomez from the Open Hardware Community in El Salvador, we have
been working since last year in promoting the usage of Open Source Hardware
mostly in education.
A couple of members of our group are in the "national technology
roundtable", and just yesterday in our monthly meeting we discussed about
how to promote the Open Source Hardware in education, considering that we
already have a couple of contacts on the ministry of education.
It would be great if we can get in touch with you and may be we can help
you with ideas that could also work in both countries, it would be
something like an "informal" south-south cooperation.
I don't know the case of Ecuador, but in El Salvador there is already a lot
of people (schools and universities) working with OSHW (mostly Arduino), so
our work focuses mostly on congregate all this actors together so they can
comunicate and promote the OSHW further.
We are just starting to develop a "ethic code" and "guidelines" (mostly
based on the work that the OSHWA already done) so we can share easily to
help people to develop OSHW.
On Thu, Jul 3, 2014 at 2:33 PM, Andrés Delgado <andres at delgado.ec> wrote:
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> Thank you!
> I already read this, but it is good to have it in more than one language
> so... here you go:
> Nevertheless policies are way more general "To promote the use of open
> source hardware through the promotion of its use within the public
> administration" as an example, and then from there you create strategies
> to accomplish that policy: "Create a task force with the ministry of
> production to analyze the total capacities of open source hadware in the
> web and its possible application in public universities".
> These examples come from nowhere but this is more or less what I'm
> trying to do for OSHW.
> Also now we are proposing a new law:
> And some laws might get implemented if we can make good proposals. Let's
> say zero taxation for those enterprises meeting the requirements of
> "open innovation" as described by the national secretariat. Let's say.
> I hope that helps.
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> Andrés Delgado
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