[OpenDesign] Open Design Definition @ Fab* @ Future Everything
massimo.menichinelli at aalto.fi
Sun Jun 10 21:04:35 BST 2012
a quick recap of the last workhsop for the Open Design definition we did
at Fab* @ Future Everything, Manchester (UK).
We had a great discussion, but unfortunately the internet connection
wasn't working, so we could not start to work on the repository with the
participants. The discussion was very good and I've changed a bit the
presentation to include few more replies to some questions raised during
the workshop. Here you can find the presentation:
One issue emerged from the discussion: we should clarify further that we
are working on a definition now, not on a license!
A definition is not a legal tool like a license, it is a shared document
that tries to define what is Open Design, hopefully including all the
different possible types of Open Design, all the perspectives, the
critical point, and what can be achieved with it and how it can be
improved and further promoted and adopted. It is, basically, the result
of a collaborative discussion, and it is a community standard, not a
legal standard like a license.
the discussion has started on our repository there, and you can already
see some issues opened (and closed):
Don't forget to send an e-mail to this list writing your username, so
that we can add you to the organization group on GitHub and we can work
together on the repository!
As you can see, at the moment there are 17 members:
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