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OSHAP Session 3

Session 3, Part 5 | Nathan Seidle: The Intent to Open and the Future of Single-Board Computing

Added January 18, 2017, Length 5:30

As we concluded the conversation, Jim explaines some of the complexities with upstreaming the Linux* kernel for Intel® Edison.

OSHAP Session 3

Session 3, Part 4 | The Intel-Sparkfun Relationship

Added January 18, 2017, Length 3:17

Jim Chase and Nathan Seidle explain why they were motivated to collaborate and how their skillsets complement each other.

OSHAP Session 3

Session 3, Part 3 | John Hawley: Designing an OSH Board From the Ground Up

Added January 18, 2017, Length 4:04

John Halley, evangelist for the Minnowboard* project in the Open Technology Center discusses the technical approach to opening the core firmware that he and his team took.

OSHAP Session 3

Session 3, Part 2 | Jim Chase: The Balance Between Complexity and Openness with Intel® Edison

Added January 18, 2017, Length 5:42

Opening up complex SOCs such as the Intel® Edison is difficult because of specialized software and Intel’s third-party relationships.

OSHAP Session 3

Session 3, Part 1 | Layout Design Tools and OSH Derivatives at Sparkfun

Added January 18, 2017, Length 7:34

At Sparkfun, in the spirit of sharing, all of their project files are stored on GitHub* and shared with the community for tracking and issue filing.

OSHAP Session 2

Session 2, Part 4 | Ari Douglas: Differentiating Copyright, Patents, and Trademark

Added January 17, 2017, Length 8:24

Copyright does not apply to hardware or design changes that are utilitarian and do not contain original design ideas.

OSHAP Session 2

Session 2, Part 3 | Ari Douglas: Hardware Licensing and Copyright Explained

Added January 17, 2017, Length 8:21

Due to a copyright doctrine called the useful article doctrine, goods that have a utilitarian function are not eligible for copyright.

OSHAP Session 2

Session 2, Part 2 | Discussion: Share-Alike and Hardware Cloning

Added January 17, 2017, Length 10:32

In this section, we discuss share-alike licenses and the extent to which OSH tries to police projects that use their logo.

OSHAP Session 2

Session 2, Part 1 | Alicia Gibb: The "Must and the May" of OSH and the OSH Checklist

Added January 17, 2017, Length 8:14

The “Must and the May” document summarizes what you “must” do to comply.

Open Source Hardware

Session 1, Part 7 | Discussion of the process of OSH Adoption

Added January 12, 2017, Length 7:49

In the final session, we discuss receptiveness to OSH practices, the separation between ideals and policies within institutions, and the role of empathy in documentation and relating to the users in our communities.

Open Source Hardware

Session 1, Part 6 | David Anders on OSH and the Minnowboard*

Added January 12, 2017, Length 8:13

David Anders recently joined Intel after working on the Minnowboard* project at CircuitCo in collaboration with the Intel Open Technology Center.

Open Source Hardware

Session 1, Part 5 | The Intersection of Industry and Open Source Movements

Added January 12, 2017, Length 5:57

Jay Melican initiates a discussion about the intersection between large corporations such as Intel and academic institutions with more open models and how they can work together.

Open Source Hardware

Session 1, Part 4 | A Pre-History of the Arduino* Community

Added January 12, 2017, Length 7:32

The story of OSH might be best illustrated by the success of the Arduino* platform and community.

Open Source Hardware

Session 1, Part 3 | OSH Examples and Resources

Added January 12, 2017, Length 5:13

Alicia provides some examples of derivatives based on open source hardware and related communities.

Open Source Hardware

Session 1, Part 2 | Definition of Open Source Hardware

Added January 12, 2017, Length 4:42

In this next segment, Alicia summarizes the definition of open source hardware (OSH).

Open Source Hardware

Session 1, Part 1 | History of the Open Source Hardware Association

Added January 12, 2017, Length 6:07

During our first session, we speak with Alicia Gibb, executive director of the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) about the Open Source Hardware movement.

Intel® IoT Gateway Developer Hub and Software Suite/Pro Software Suite Release Notes ARCHIVE

Use this ZIP file to access each available version of the release notes for the Intel® IoT Gateway Developer Hub, Intel® IoT Gateway Software Suite,...

Intel® IoT Gateway Developer Hub and Software Suite/Pro Software Suite Release Notes

These are the latest release notes for the Intel® IoT Gateway Developer Hub, Intel® IoT Gateway Software Suite, and Intel® IoT Gateway Pro Software...

Smart Helmet

Maker Edison Smart Helmet

Added January 5, 2017, Length 2:13

Stephanie Moyerman discusses her team’s motorcycle helmet which transmits critical data to the rider.

How to Install Git and the MRAA Libraries on your Intel® Edison Compute Module

Added December 28, 2016, Length 1:47

Learn how to install Git and the MRAA libraries on your Intel® Edison Module.

Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller Software Interface BSP: Release Notes

Added December 21, 2016

This document provides important information regarding the Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller software interface, board support package and customer...

Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller Developer Kit D2000: User Guide

Added December 21, 2016

This document describes Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller Developer Kit D2000 including the board, the hardware contained, and the toolchain required for...

Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller D2000: Platform Design Guide

Added December 21, 2016

This design guide provides motherboard implementation recommendations for the Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller D2000 platform, and guidelines for the...

Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller D2000: Pin Connectivity

Added December 21, 2016

This document outlines the pin map coordinates for the Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller D2000, including SoC schematic and mechanical drawings of the...

Intel® Quark™ Microcontroller D2000: Datasheet

Added December 21, 2016

This document provides an overview of interfaces, ballout/package, electrical and power features, and specifications for the Intel® Quark™...

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