What a Friday in the world of Arduino. Today (Saturday) the international maker-related news is starting to pick up the story along with some of the usual sites.
Role back: Arduino now belongs to BCMI – Make: German (translated).
“Frederico Musto, who came into the criticismbecause he had given false information about his university degrees. In the careers network, for example, he told LinkedIn to have earned a doctorate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)…
The lack of documentation in the Arduino boards , which should be available as open-source projects as open and reproducible, was also a source of concern for the community…”
“This should finally put an end to a long-term open-source crime.”
ARDUINO VS. ARDUINO: MUSTO OUT, BANZI IN – Hackaday.
This should bring to a close the saga that began with a fork where two companies called themselves “Arduino” and bizarrely continued for almost a year after the reconciliation of the two was announced.
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