Open source provides the framework for collaborating on projects with other engineers, makers and hobbyists.
Essentially, open source is all about making the physical object or the software coding as easy to remix and reproduce as possible without limitations.
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No uso Windows, uso Linux, a ver si es posible hacer algo para nosotros, que cada vez somos mas, gracias.
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The majority of the industrial applications and diy projects are now using Linux. Unfortunately the electrical drawing and PCB software is stil only available in Windows? I understand the limited resources...
I am Electronic Hobbyist and Professional Educator. I will use this DSO for my Youtube channel videos with RS Logo. I am making video on Aeromodelling, Embedded System and IoT based opensource projects. I will also going to make review video of DSO.
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Open source innovation is becoming the norm, but what is it?
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Open source software has been around for a good couple of decades now, but what about open source hardware? Read on.