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+ - The {Unspoken} Rules of Open Source Hardware->

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ptorrone
ptorrone writes "MAKE Magazine's latest article talks about some of the {unspoken} rules most/all the open-source hardware community seems to follow. Why? Because the core group of people who’ve been doing what is collectively called “open source hardware” know each other — they're friends, they overlap and compete in some ways, but they all work towards a common goal: sharing their works to make the world a better place and to stand on each others shoulders and not each others toes : ) There will be some folks who agree strongly with what they've outlined as “unspoken rules,” others, will completely disagree with many points too. That’s great, it’s time we start this conversation!"
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