[Open Design + Hardware] opendesign Digest, Vol 51, Issue 2

Serena Cangiano serenacangiano at gmail.com
Fri Feb 17 09:02:26 UTC 2017

Hello Christian

thanks for sharing our toolkit. It is still in beta, but if you OD people
would like to know more please do not hesitate to write us.

Concerning Re:Model, I am available to join a Skype or Hangout Call during
the week from 6th to 10th March. Please suggest a date and time that fits
your agenda.

@everyone: attached the publication :-) no need to pay 15 USD.

all the best

2017-02-17 9:29 GMT+01:00 Christian Villum <villum at autofunk.dk>:

> Hello Serena,
> Happy to discuss REMODEL some more. Maybe over skype over the next couple
> of weeks? Also, as mentioned earlier this week, we are keen to adopt some
> of the brilliant toolkit framework that you and Zoe have developed for
> DSI4EU (which, for those who are unfamiliar, can be found here:
> https://github.com/DSI4EU/toolkit).
> If anyone else is interested in joining discussions about the REMODEL
> program and open source business models for manufacturing we could even
> broaden the circle and have a Hangout? We would love to present, discuss,
> get feedback and, most importantly, hear of what others are doing in this
> space.
> Lastly, also thanks for sharing the article, sounds relevant indeed. Too
> bad it is a little pricey though :/ (15 USD).
> In any case, please do continue to share relevant articles, business
> cases, etc.
> Thanks,
> Christian
> On 15 February 2017 at 11:12, Serena Cangiano <serenacangiano at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> happy to read stuff from OD mailing list again!
>> @Christian
>> RE:MODEL sounds really interesting and I am looking forward to know more
>> about it.
>> Below I forward a link to a paper by David Mellis, one of the co-founder
>> of the Arduino project. The paper highlights how collaboration works in
>> open hardware: the competitors are also collaborators because they help the
>> market to grow by releasing new products that are not necessarily built
>> upon other initiatives or companies' work.
>> It is a paper from 2012, quite old (Mellis is talking about the Arduino
>> duemilanove!), but I think it is still very valid as a reference.
>> http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2145377&CFID=900770292&CFTOKEN=34535250
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