Part 1—Alicia Gibb: The "Must and the May" of Open Source Hardware (OSH) and the OSH Checklist
The “Must and the May” document summarizes what you must do to comply with open-source hardware (OSH) regulations: Allow anyone to reproduce your hardware, provide source files with documentation, clearly specify which portions of the design are for OSH, use no trademarks of other companies, and release no source as non-commercial creative commons licensing.
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