[Discuss] is intel edison open-source hardware?
nancy.ouyang at gmail.com
Fri Mar 6 00:39:26 UTC 2015
sorry, the galileo. i couldn't figure out from the web if Intel claims
edison is open-source or not, but a friend told me it wasn't.
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On Thu, Mar 5, 2015 at 7:36 PM, Nancy Ouyang <nancy.ouyang at gmail.com> wrote:
> *Providing users with a fully open source hardware* and software
> development environment, the Intel Galileo Gen 2 board complements and
> extends the Arduino line of product
> 10 clicks in all I found was a PDF of the schematic.
> While better than nothing, that certainly doesn't fulfill the definition:
> "The hardware must be released with documentation including design files,
> and must allow modification and distribution of the design files. "
> "These are the original source files that you would use to make
> modifications to the hardware’s design. *The act of sharing these files
> is the core practice of open-source hardware*."
> Just checking if someone knows better than me what's going on here.
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> arvados.org (open source software for provenance, reproducing, and
> scaling your analyses)
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