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Fêtons Linux 2010 organisation and planning page

Date and location

08.10.2010, 14h00-21h00 at l'HEPIA

Location photos:
fetons-linux2010-06-21_19.25.02.jpg fetons-linux2010-06-21_19.25.16.jpg fetons-linux2010-06-21_19.25.33.jpg


between 14h:00-21h00

Stand with Arduinos/arduino projects
- theremin (Paul)
add interesting projects that can be exposed

“Hardware Museum”:stand with all sorts of free/open source hardware
- Linksys router with OpenWRT, various blackboxes and PDAs (Erik)
- MakerBot (Théo and David)
add hardware that can be exposed

Please add the times when you are at the stand. (15h00 means: 15h00-15h30)

Falko Henschke 2010-10-01 23:18:322010-10-01 23:18:322010-10-01 23:18:322010-10-01 23:18:32 2010-10-01 23:18:32  2010-10-01 23:18:322010-10-01 23:18:322010-10-01 23:18:322010-10-01 23:18:322010-10-01 23:18:32
Claire Henschke2010-10-01 23:20:502010-10-01 23:20:502010-10-01 23:20:502010-10-01 23:20:502010-10-01 23:20:502010-10-01 23:20:502010-10-01 23:20:502010-10-01 23:20:50 2010-10-01 23:20:502010-10-01 23:20:502010-10-01 23:20:502010-10-01 23:20:502010-10-01 23:20:50
Lloyd 2010-10-02 00:25:322010-10-02 00:25:32 2010-10-02 00:25:32 2010-10-02 00:25:322010-10-02 00:25:322010-10-02 00:25:322010-10-02 00:25:32  2010-10-02 00:25:322010-10-02 00:25:32


In a presentation we will show the diversity of Open Source Hardware. This could be hardware that was hacked to be open or hardware that was intentionally licensed under a free/open source license.
In this presentation we won't go into the details of the projects or licensing of hardware. It should be more like a photo slideshow to amaze the audience. Duration of the presentation: 30 min presentation, 15 min Q+A

To be able to show a maximum of interesting projects, add them here under the following format.

Supercool Hardware Project
Describe the project if you want, give your opinion about it. If you know nothing about it: only add a link. http://www.ALinkToTheSuperCoolHardwareProject.ch

Hardware under a free/open source license

Mobile phones

Open Moko Openmoko is a project to create a family of open source mobile phones. http://wiki.openmoko.org

Android is Google's operating system for mobile devices (Licenses: Apache 2.0 and GPLv2).

Open Manufacturing

RepRap is a free desktop 3D printer capable of printing plastic objects.

Makerbot An open Source 3D printer http://www.makerbot.com/

Description of the concept of FabLabs (with list to FabLabs)

A place for you to share digital designs with the world


Hardware hacked to be open

Don't know if it's free/open source


Name Responsible for Availabilities on October 8th
Falko Henschke summary for the press (mid-july),
preparation presentation Open Source Hardware
08h00 - 24h00
Paul Bristow can help with preparation of presentation,
will find one project
09h00 - 24h00
Erik Rossen assembling and managing the hardware museum 09h00 - 24h00
Théo Reichel providing and operating a MakerBot, maybe with David Hodgetts 09h00 - 24h00
events/past_events/2010/fetons_linux_organisation.txt · Dernière modification: 2012/04/11 13:37 par rossen