Open Hardware Community Survey

by catarina on March 28, 2012

In an effort to better understand who we are as a community, as well as why and how we use/make open-source hardware, a few of us* created a survey. Please participate so that we can promote open-source hardware and serve you to the best of our abilities!

The survey will be up until April 15, and the aggregate results will be made publicly available in the form of a report consisting of graphics, percentages, and anonymized quotes. By publishing your (anonymous) responses, we hope to provide the public with insights into the practices and experiences of the people involved in open-source hardware.

Take the survey!

*Catarina Mota, David Mellis and John De Cristofaro

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Andres Cicuttin May 21, 2012 at 10:35 am

Dear Colleagues / Friends

We would like to invite you to participate in an important survey
regarding an open FPGA Hardware initiative by the International Center for
Theoretical Physics (ICTP – UNESCO). The aim of this project is to design
a low-cost powerful FPGA platform to implement reconfigurable instruments
for research and higher education. The project is based on an open
software / hardware approach.

Continue reading by clicking the link below / copy-pasting it into your
browser

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dFc4cjlfRm1PRWdjS0xheGZqRWcxcWc6MQ

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Warm Regards,

Multidisciplinary Laboratory,
International Center for Theoretical Physics, (ICTP), Trieste, Italy

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