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How to choose an open source hardware license

Posted on Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013 in documentation, open source by the machinegeek

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Makers in the open source hardware community are usually more preoccupied with tech details, with licensing considerations being an afterthought. This can lead to unintended consequences resulting from releasing a design under what proves to be either too permissive or restrictive.

Simone Cicero tries to clear up confusion over characteristics and implications of the various types of open source hardware licensing in this detailed post at Open-Electronics.

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