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Open Hardware Summit 2013 call for papers

Posted on Saturday, June 1st, 2013 in conferences, News, open source by the machinegeek

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The Open Hardware Summit 2013 has issued a call for papers.

The Open Hardware Summit is a venue to present, discuss, and learn about open hardware of all kinds. The summit examines open hardware and its relation to other issues, such as software, design, business, law, and education. This year’s summit will be held September 6, 2013 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

We are seeking proposals for talks, posters, and demos from individuals and groups working with open hardware and related areas. Submissions are due by JUNE 21, 2013.

Visit the OHS 2013 website for detailed instructions on preparing and submitting your proposal.

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One Response to “Open Hardware Summit 2013 call for papers”

  1. Jonathan says:

    I’m very interested how people deal with export restrictions in open source projects for things like unmanned aircraft. One of those things that isn’t discussed.

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