* Larry: Progress, ordered electrical components for timers and fabricating. Learning how to use 3 different CAD programs to layout circuit boards. Plans: get web meeting software. OpenLearn.open.ac.uk, run from Open University, free classes online.
* Chris: Legal licensing, the issue comes down to derivative
licenses; The GPL license requires that derivative works remain
open source. Looked in more detail on ARDUINO, and SqydB, a derivative
Mote. The LGPL. Creative Commons has an attribution license that
enables open hardware to be used in proprietary products as long
as credit is given. ARDUINO is hosted on Google code at code.google.com.
They have adjoinint sites as home pages, a wiki, a blog and a
forum. There is also GPL documentation. He is leaning towards
Less GPL for software and firmware, all designs for creative commons,
Chris needs the meeting notes posted.
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