[Discuss] Going open source. Need assistance

Pablo Kulbaba pablokulbaba at gmail.com
Tue Sep 9 00:57:51 UTC 2014

Hi David. The provided link solved many questions.
One that is pending is:
-Do I have to register somewhere the design? I mean, is there some web 
where to upload the design files, and that place would serve as a 
repository to check that that design is originally OSH and that cannot 
be copyrighted? Or is it just enough to put the OSH Logo, and the 
license in every 2D sketch, and post that same license in website where 
the files are allocated?

Hope I've made myself clear.

On 08/09/2014 11:53 a.m., David A. Mellis wrote:
> We have some best practices for open sourcing hardware on the OSHWA web site: http://www.oshwa.org/sharing-best-practices/
> Any questions / suggestions, let me / us know, as I’m trying to make that document as useful as possible.
> David
> On Sep 6, 2014, at 1:09 AM, Pablo Kulbaba <pablokulbaba at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 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.
>> -- 
>> PabloK
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