[Discuss] is intel edison open-source hardware?
nancy.ouyang at gmail.com
Mon Mar 9 15:01:10 UTC 2015
What? Uh... I'm not sure if you're flaming me passive aggressively by not
naming me directly, but I said previously that I agreed that Altium would
meet the definition, and the PDF would not, as stated by the OSHW
definition (I didn't actually contribute to creating the definition at
all). If Intel released their Altium files, I'd agree that they are a "big
company providing open."
I personally like Diptrace, which has reasonable, clear, and public
Yes, English is a free language. However, there's something to be said for
not getting a gallon of gasoline when you enter a store that is advertising
a gallon of milk.
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On Mon, Mar 9, 2015 at 10:44 AM, Michael McCormack <mike at themccormacks.com>
> A better question than is any particular design open source hardware is
> perhaps which self righteous idiot get to be the sole arbitrator of who can
> call something open source hardware? Unless you register a trademark,
> English is still a free system despite anyone's small minded opinion to the
> Altium and Orcad files can't be the release format of open? I'd say PDF
> are more open than Eagle files. At least Altium and Orcad are honest about
> requiring a license rather than the drug dealer marketing of making your
> first use free.
> Big companies can't provide open, every subcomponent must be open, I could
> go on but what a total litany of crap.
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