The Open Source Hardware Summit has posted the winning logo design. It’s “Golden Orb” by Macklin Chaffee.
You may start seeing it on our projects soon. Some of our projects and software are “more open”, such as the Bus Pirate and our development boards that are public domain. All our other (wholly owned) projects are Creative Commons BY-SA or “looser”. We don’t believe in interfering with your creations that are based on our stuff, and … we believe all exposure, even when it doesn’t profit us directly, is good for Dangerous Prototypes. What do you think?
Open Source Hardware (OSHW) is a term for tangible artifacts — machines, devices, or other physical things — whose design has been released to the public in such a way that anyone can make, modify, distribute, and use those things. This definition is intended to help provide guidelines for the development and evaluation of licenses for Open Source Hardware.
We’ll send a free Logic Shrimp to the first person to create a (public domain) Open Hardware Eagle logo we can use on our projects. Just post a link in the comments.