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I suppose it has a lot to do with my preference for working in openly collaborative communities and non-profit organizations. While that trend started for software in the '70s (don't forget BSD) and '80s, and is now so common we can't imagine a world without it, historically there hasn't been a lot of that in hardware. But that's changing, and open hardware today is every bit as exciting as in the '00s.

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