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RS components DesignSpark launches an Open Source Initiative
See the details here about Open Source Design Centre
RS Components has hosted a comprehensive free guide to open source electronics design on designspark.com, the company’s online resource for electronics design engineers.
The Open Source Design Centre brings together all the elements involved in open source design in a single, easy-to-access reference point. Providing reliable information on matters ranging from open source licensing guidelines to advice on hardware and software management, the Open Source Design Centre aims to educate engineers in open source design, as well as support their active participation in open source design projects.
The Open Source Design Centre has been developed by RS Components in cooperation with Andrew Back, a leading industry expert in open source hardware and founding member of the Open Source Hardware User Group (OSHUG), the UK’s leading open source hardware group.
Some details here:
here’s the link to the official page Open Source » DesignSpark.