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David Rowe video on open source hardware biz

I’m watching this video presentation by David Rowe (who did the very successful OSH telephony/Asterisk box) He talks about the beginning of the project, how he made it into a finished project and collaborated with others to take it to manufacture. So far I’m halfway through and its really good with excellent information and advice


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1 Comment

  1. Hi ladyada,

    This was a great presentation. He has a link to an earlier talk he did on his website, but the link is broken. Here is the new link: http://lca2008.linux.org.au/programme/wednesday

    I interviewed David in an effort to get a story about him done in Make Magazine (at least a Maker Profile), but no one ever got back to me 🙁

    He does amazing work.

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