Open Source Friday @github #OpenSourceFriday


Open Source Friday … invest a few hours contributing to the software you use and love..

Open source is made by people just like you. This Friday, invest a few hours contributing to the software you use and love. Contributing to open source happens at all levels, across projects and design, documentation, operations and code. You don’t need to overthink what exactly your first contribution will be, or how it will look.

Read more AND visit Adafruit’s github repo!

For the open-source hardware side of things, we’re still waiting to hear back from Arduino.org regarding the status of products that say “open source” but are not.

One easy solution would be for Arduino.org to go through the very fast and simple OSHWA open-source hardware certification. We did the Adafruit Metro m0 it only took a few minutes.

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