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Gadgets. We all own one (or a hundred). Nathan Seidel just happens to have made gadgets and their parts his life's work. As the founder of SparkFun Electronics, he took the TEDxBoulder stage this year to share why Open Hardware will change the gadgets of the future.

Join Nathan as he guides you through the world of patents, how long it really takes copycat products to appear in the marketplace, and show you how sharing can truly build profitable, growing companies. Funny — he just might know a thing or two about that. Makers, gadgeteers, and anyone interested in what the future of technology and business looks like — you'll all love Nathan's talk.

Tsvetan Usunov founded Olimex, and runs the company with the ideal of making development itself an open process. His philosophy is that being open from the start of development pulls in your most dedicated customer base to help guide development, avoid pitfalls, and ensure that the best features make it to the final product. On of his most recent and more ambitious projects is to develop a completely open source laptop. This is the topic of the talk he presented at the Hackaday | Belgrade conference.

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Valve is joining The Linux Foundation. In this short video, we capture Valve's Gabe Newell talking about the role Linux is playing in the company's development strategy, and Linus Torvalds talks about the significance of this for Linux and the Linux desktop. For more information about The Linux Foundation, please visit

First recording made on the new Ubuntu 19.04 setup. The recording settings are not pushed very high not to stress the game too much.
The normal build of DXVK is used to run Batman Arkham Knight. Another recording will follow with DXVK + async patches.
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In June 2018, the POWER9-based Summit supercomputer benchmarked as the world's fastest. The journey to this milestone started over 4 years ago and has seen the IBM OzLabs team drive the use of Open Source with POWER9.

POWER9 was a huge shift in functionality from previous designs. The new design introduced completely new interrupt controller and memory management architectures, and upgrades to IO, like next-generation PCIE and new acceleration interfaces - NVLink and OpenCAPI.

To take this highly technical, innovative and complex system from early concept through to the top of the supercomputer world required not only bucket loads of code, but organisational and risk management.

In this talk, we'll share our experiences of this journey and show how Open Source is used with POWER9. is a conference about the Linux operating system, and all aspects of the thriving ecosystem of Free and Open Source Software that has grown up around it. Run since 1999, in a different Australian or New Zealand city each year, by a team of local volunteers, LCA invites more than 500 people to learn from the people who shape the future of Open Source. For more information on the conference see #linux #foss #opensource

In this episode of Let's Talk we sat down with the creator of Adafruit, Limor Fried. Fried is an engineer and creator of Adafruit Industries, a New York based company that builds and sells open source hardware. Limor Fried, then a student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, began selling electronic kits on her website from her own designs in 2005. She later moved to New York City to found Adafruit Industries.

In 2010, Adafruit offered a US$1,000 (equivalent to $1,149 in 2018) reward for whoever could hack Microsoft's Kinect to make its motion sensing capabilities available for use for other projects. This reward was increased to $2000 and then $3000 following Microsoft's concerns about tampering.

In 2013, the company had $22 million in revenue; for 2014 increased to $33 million.

This video describes the attributes of open source hardware to the general public. This video is officially released by the Open Source Hardware Association. Please share this video!

Mark Suppes built a nuclear fusion reactor with no formal science background. Prior to the fusion project, Mark became comfortable tackling the improbable with eight years of web startups. In these startups, he learned that it's better to be too ambitious than not ambitious enough. Considering the time and effort a startup requires, it makes sense to aim high. Then, in late 2008 Mark watched a video that would change his life. In that video Dr. Robert Bussard revealed his secret invention: a new approach to nuclear fusion called the Polywell. Bussard believed his invention could provide abundant and inexpensive clean energy; something the world desperately needs. Mark took an intense fascination to the Polywell. This fascination grew and spurred Mark to attempt building his own Polywell. Since he had no prior science background the project presented many steep learning curves. Over the course of three years Mark's Polywell fusion reactor project has transformed into a community project with hundreds of contributors. Mark's open source project has built the world's first amateur Polywell, a small but important step on the long journey to clean energy.

China's top search engine Baidu says it will make its software for driverless cars available for anyone to copy.

It seems a generous offer but what's in it for Baidu? Azhar Sukri explains.






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Purism's Librem 5 is the first phone built from the ground up to respect user freedom and privacy. It will run PureOS, a real GNU/Linux distribution, and use GNOME as its user interface. But how is that possible? GNOME doesn't run on phones, does it?

Well, not quite yet, but at Purism we're working on changing that. In my role as designer on the Librem 5 project I'm adapting the design of existing GNOME apps to the phone form factor, and designing new apps from scratch. We want as much of this work as possible to go upstream, in order to benefit all GNOME users.

In this presentation I'll show some of the progress we've been making, and talk about how to design GNOME apps that work well across different form factors.

See Open Motors project here
old info involves the community to design and vote on the cars they will build. It's open source auto manufacturing. I love the unique business model Local Motors is using, and wanted to participate. Since I have zero designing skills, I'll call this an open source commercial for them.

Hope it helps guys.

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Let there be light

EDAG presents its powerful innovation Light Car - Open Source at the 79th Geneva Motor Show

EDAG, worldwide provider of engineering services, will be presenting the world premiere of its vision of an environment-friendly, future-orientated vehicle for everyday and leisure use at this year's International Motor Show in Geneva.

For the body concept of the Light Car - Open Source, EDAG has broken new ground, and for the first time ever in automotive engineering, used ASA.TEC's innovative basalt fibre, a lightweight, stable and - above all - 100% recyclable material. Propulsion is taken care of by intelligent, electric drive systems in the wheels, which not only feature a high degree of efficiency to get the power of the lithium-ion batteries onto the road, but will also provide considerably greater creative scope for the vehicle package. In addition, with its innovative light concept, the "Light Car - Open Source" will be one of the first vehicles to utilise (O)LED technology as an individually adaptable design and communication element.

Listen to Dr. Greer's overview of the New Energy movement: devices, inventors, suppression, strategy. What has not worked and why and what will work to bring out energy systems that will change the world.

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Project disclosure free energy open source program.
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BoF: Automotive Grade Linux Developer Community - Walt Miner, The Linux Foundation

AGL provides an application framework with SMACK based security, a large number of micro-services tailored for the automotive environment, and an SDK for app developers to get going quickly. AGL has attracted a large number of systems developers and app developers. This is an opportunity for developers to get together and discuss issues they have run into, potential roadmap ideas and to provide feedback to the community. Please bring your questions, comments, and ideas to this session.

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Presentation by Juan Linietsky (Introduced by Rémi Verschelde) at Github HQ, during GDC 2019. Covers the state of the project as well as a peek at planned features.
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A beautiful and powerful Linux computer manufactured in Denver, CO: Thelio. This desktop features an open-sourced daughterboard that was designed on KiCad. We share why open source hardware is important for an innovative future. We talk about the details around manufacturing a powerful desktop computer from the initial design, to fabrication to the final build, and the lessons we've learned along the way. In the end, we prove that you don’t have to compromise aesthetics, quality, and performance for open source freedom.

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Louisa works at System76, a Linux computer manufacturer in Colorado and is a big proponent of open source hardware and software. System76 manufactures an open source desktop-computer from raw materials, and she's going to talk about how they build their machines, and why open source is important.

KiCon 2019 was a conference for people who use and love KiCad. For more information:

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Deliveries are expected to begin in Fall 2020 for Tesla Model Y Performance, Long Range Rear-Wheel Drive, and Dual-Motor All-Wheel Drive variants, and Spring 2021 for the $39,000 Model Y Standard Range.

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