OSHdata, an independent project that launched in 2020, started by taking a look back and generating a static report about the state of the Open Source Hardware (OSH) ahead of the 10th Annual Open Hardware Summit in March 2020.
OSHdata’s findings are for the community. For the founders, engineers, developers, artists, customers, suppliers, and all the other stakeholders who make this community what it is.
The report is authored by Harris Kenny and Steven Abadie, two members of the Open Source Hardware community who have contributed to the certification of dozens of products over the past five years
The authors envisioned five different use cases of the OSHdata report (in alphabetical order):
- Certified a product
- Considering certifying
- OSH customer
You can find the report here.
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