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The @Adafruit Metro m0 express is open-source hardware certified @oshwassociation

Oshw

Adafruit-Metro-M0-Express
has now officially been certified as open source hardware by the Open Source Hardware Association. Congratulations!

Your UID is:
US000067

Your hardware is now listed in the certification directly located here:
http://certificate.oshwa.org/certification-directory/

Please take a moment to verify that the information is correct.

Going forward, you can use your UID in conjunction with the certification mark as specified in the usage guidelines on your hardware:
https://github.com/oshwa/certification-mark

Please let us know if you have any questions. And thank you for using OSHWA’s open source hardware certification program.

-michael and the OSHWA certification team

Open Source Hardware Certificate – Read more.

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