Documentation of open hardware projects refers to the process of recording and providing detailed information about a hardware project that is released under an open-source or open-hardware license.
Documentation of open hardware projects refers to the process of recording and providing detailed information about a hardware project that is released under an open-source or open-hardware license. This documentation serves as a resource for users, developers, and contributors to understand, reproduce, modify, and collaborate on the project.
Documentation of open hardware projects plays a crucial role in ensuring transparency, replicability, and collaboration within the open hardware community.
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Speaker Bio: Oluwatobi Oyinlola is a Nigerian-born inventor and entrepreneur. He is currently a researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he is famous for his implementation of Internet of Things solutions in Africa - He is widely known as "Internet of Tobi”. With extensive experience as an embedded hardware and systems engineer. Among many of his achievements, he was also on the engineering team working on Elon Musk’s Hyperloop. Tobi has invented and brought to mass production several IoT-enabled hardware products - many with a mission to change the world. Tobi currently serves as a board member of the Open-Source Hardware Association (OSHWA)