86 more Adafruit boards have been certified by OSHWA #OSHW #OSHWA #Adafruit @ohsummit
For the past seven weeks, Adafruit has been working to certify many of their boards with the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA). The application process for the roughly 390 boards that were submitted was finished two weeks ago. Of those 390 submitted, 384 of them have been approved so far.
There are currently 858 projects certified by OSHWA, making certifications for Adafruit projects almost 45% of all projects OSHWA has certified.
Here’s a selection of the many boards that were certified in the last week:
Adafruit’s founder, Limor Fried, was recently interviewed by OSHdata about the certifications. You can find that interview here.
Click here to see the full list of the certified boards, and to find out more about OSHWA and their certification process, click here.
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