[Discuss] Open Source Ecological Housing
catarina at openmaterials.org
Fri Jul 1 13:07:48 UTC 2016
Antoine: what a nice dome. Great to see that they are documenting too. I've
been following your wind turbine project - it's great. We're think of
adding wind power next year. We should talk soon.
Mike: yes, excellent point. Documentation access and findability is one of
the big challenges with OSHW. We're leaning towards using github at the
moment. Though it may turnout we need to create a platform similar to
Thingiverse. But first let's see what we can do with existing tools :)
On Fri, Jul 1, 2016 at 7:41 AM, Mike Dupont <jamesmikedupont at googlemail.com>
> I think this great,
> now I would like to suggest that you collect all the submissions on
> archive.org or github or some place where we can find and reuse them,
> review of submissions and collaboration will be more rapid if there is a
> place we can find the models and files.
> On Wed, Jun 29, 2016 at 1:53 PM, Catarina Mota <catarinamfmota at gmail.com>
>> Dear fellow open sourcerers,
>> We just launched a new project that has been many years in the making.
>> It's called the Open Building Institute and it's an open source initiative
>> to make affordable eco-housing accessible to everyone. The project is
>> based on collaborative rapid-builds, a modular system, and open source
>> Check it out: http://openbuildinginstitute.org
>> Any feedback and collaborations will be greatly appreciated.
>> discuss mailing list
>> discuss at lists.oshwa.org
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