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

Wouter Tebbens wouter at freeknowledge.eu
Wed Feb 25 07:46:05 UTC 2015

Interesting indeed. Maybe "opensource-like" isn't very precise and a link to the OSHW definition at freedomdefined.org would be a useful addition.

On 25 de febrero de 2015 8:40:44 CET, Drew Fustini <pdp7pdp7 at gmail.com> wrote:
>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.
>discuss mailing list
>discuss at lists.oshwa.org

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