OHANDA (Open Hardware and Design Alliance) is an initiative to foster sustainable sharing of open source hardware. It was started at the GOSH! Grounding Open Source Hardware summit at the Banff Centre in July 2009, and one of the first goals of the project is to build a repository for open hardware design which includes a certification model and a registration service.
Featuring: Jürgen Neumann, Tuomo Tammenpää, André Knörig
Join us for round-table discussion on developing the Ohanda. The process is open.