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Re: Hardware license

Terry Hancock <hancock@anansispaceworks.com> writes:

> On Tuesday 26 November 2002 01:59 pm, Rich Walker wrote:
> > We've been putting together some robot-related software and hardware. We
> > want to release this with a DFSG-compliant license set. For the
> > software, GPL, no problems. For the hardware we propose to include .pcb
> > files for pcb, .sch files for gschem, and .asm files for the PIC
> > firmware. What licenses are appropriate for hardware releases?
> The LART license is probably required reading on this subject ;-)
> http://www.lart.tudelft.nl/LICENSE

Yes; I'm currently looking at that and the OpenIPCore license.


Are these both compliant licenses?

> and you'll probably want to look at the site in general
> http://www.lart.tudelft.nl/
> for other information about an apparently successful open
> hardware project.

cheers for that,

Rich Walker.

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