[Discuss] Linaro Blog: "96Boards and Open Source Hardware"

Drew Fustini pdp7pdp7 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 25 07:40:44 UTC 2015

Interesting to see this follow on the Linaro Blog from Feb 24:

“Open Source” as a term generally applies to software, as shorthand
for “open source code”. More recently it has also been applied to
hardware under a variety of licenses including from OCP, TAPR, CERN
and OSHWA.

Generally “open source hardware” is taken to mean hardware designs for
which full manufacturing information (schematics, CAD files, gerbers,
BOM etc.) are made freely available under “open source-like” licenses.


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