OHANDA - Open Source Hardware and Design Alliance
OHANDA is an initiative to foster sustainable copyleft-like sharing of open hardware and design. It was first drafted at the GOSH!-Grounding Open Source Hardware summit at the Banff Centre in July 2009 and one of the first goals of the project is to create a label and to build a service for sharing open hardware designs which includes a certification model and a registration. OHANDA is in process. The process is open. For any questions, please read our home page, subscribe to our mailing list or check the FAQ section.