[Discuss] Open source files and code (and license) for Arduino, products missing?
me at adammunich.com
Sun Jul 23 21:53:54 UTC 2017
I just noticed, there is no altium schematic available for the Arduino
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On Tue, Jul 11, 2017 at 3:26 PM, Emilio Velis <contacto at emiliovelis.com>
> Given the importance of the Arduino for open hardware, which we must
> admit, we should take a stance. Having said this, it's good to note that
> not necessarily coming from OSHWA since it's a non-profit, but on behalf of
> the community of whether we should think of what we recommend for
> electronics prototying. In the specific case of El Salvador, a lot of
> educators use Arduino or some sort of clone in order to impart their
> classes, and we have seen it for middle school as well as for high school
> and university level.
> I know that something like this is a big uncomfortable, to think of who
> should we promote or endorse as a community, but given its importance, we
> should do it.
> On Thu, Jun 15, 2017 at 12:00 AM, Michel Stempin <
> michel.stempin at wanadoo.fr> wrote:
>> The answer to your question if these products are open source, the answer
>> is: no.
>> Here is my blog post from more than 2 years ago regarding the status of
>> the Arduino Yùn:
>> And here is my clarification request on the Arduino forum, which is still
>> discuss mailing list
>> discuss at lists.oshwa.org
> discuss mailing list
> discuss at lists.oshwa.org
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