[Discuss] Going open source. Need assistance

J. Simmons jrs at mach30.org
Sat Sep 6 12:41:50 UTC 2014

That's great news. I have a couple of Mach 30 projects that I think are
good examples of sharing all of the relevant details of open source
hardware (purpose, Bill of Materials, CAD drawings, assembly and operating
instructions, source code, etc). And I would be happy to offer feedback on
documentation if you would like.  Check out the project wikis for both
projects to see the full list of documents we produce for our projects.

* https://opendesignengine.net/projects/shepard-ts
* https://opendesignengine.net/projects/groundsphere

We host our projects on Open Design Engine, a github or source forge for
hardware projects that Mach 30 setup and runs as a community service for
oshw developers. It is free to use and we are committed to supporting the
site in the long run (it is after all where we publish our own projects).

Hope that helps,


On Saturday, September 6, 2014, Pablo Kulbaba <pablokulbaba at gmail.com>

> Hi. I'm on the process of open sourcing a piece of hardware. I've decided
> to take the step and give OS a try with some of my own work.
> Already have the 3D model.
> What would be the practical steps to properly do this?
> Where do i register it?
> Any repository to recomend? GitHub?
> Stamping the license on the drawings? What about doing it on the 3D?
> Thanks in advance.
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> PabloK
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