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Open Hardware Month – Turkey

ITU Magnet Reşitpaşa Mah. Katar Cad. Teknokent ARI 4 Binası No: 2 / 50 / 6, Sarıyer, Istanbul, Turkey

The Turkey Hardware Community is a free and open source technology event for developers, engineers, companies and contributors.

Open Hardware Awareness Creation

Spanish Laboratory Faculty of Agriculture, University for Development Studies

To sensitize the scientific community on Open Hardware

Open Hardware Month Hack Chat


Michael Weinberg from the Open Source Hardware Association joins us for the Hack Chat on Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at noon PDT. Open hardware is all about accessible, collaborative processes that let everyone see and understand the hardware they're using. The technological underpinnings of our lives are increasingly hidden from us, locked away as corporate secrets. Open hardware tries… Read More »Open Hardware Month Hack Chat

Open Hardware Thunder Thursday

Hack Manhattan 137 West 14th Street, New York, NY, United States

A lightning round of 5 to 10 minute presentations on open hardware topics

October 3H SF Special Edition – Open Hardware Month Hack Day!

Humanmade Makerspace 150 Hooper St Unit 400, San Fransisco, CA, United States

caTLDR: We're gonna hang out at Humanmade makerspace and hack on our own projects together! There will be some tools and snacks available. Swing by for all or just part of it! 🎉

IoT Meetup: Hacking with Open Source Hardware

Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT Haile Selassie St., opp. Council of State,PMB, State House, Accra, Ghana

This event seeks to bring students, industries and researchers together to explore the opportunities and the possibilities of Open Source Hardware. Links:

Women in Open Science Hardware Workshop

The Henneh's Life Coaching Organization Senior Staff Club House Conference Room, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana

The event seeks to expose young women to resources in open science hardware and how they take advantage of these resources to make life better. It will be a day workshop which incorporates introductory lecture in open science resources, demonstration of basic Arduino hardware and software techniques, demonstration of how a 3-D printer prints parts… Read More »Women in Open Science Hardware Workshop

Hardware Open Hour with Public Lab

Public Lab

Join us in an online forum to talk about DIY tools for environmental investigations- we'll be discussing DIY microscopes, conductivity and air sensors, and marine trawls. Discussion:

Hack & Tell at c-base

c-base c-base Raumstation Rungestrasse 20 (2nd backyard), Berlin, Germany

Hack & Tell at c-base themed around OSHW More Details to follow ...

PCBWay 5th PCB Design Contest

Since the 1st PCB Design Contest, we have seen many meaningful projects, such as educational robotics controller used in education, and solar projects that impact surrounding communities. What can we do today when technology is advancing rapidly and climate change is intensifying? Participate in the 5th PCBWay PCB Design Contest and let's explore the future… Read More »PCBWay 5th PCB Design Contest

Open Hardware AMA with Alicia Gibb


Learn about open hardware, the movement and the community with Open Source Hardware Association Director, Alicia Gibb/Seidle OHM: Open Hardware AMA w Alicia Gibb Monday, October 3 · 11:00am – 11:45am Eastern Time Google Meet joining info Video call link: Or dial: ‪(CA) +1 437-781-4585‬ PIN: ‪767 477 424 3398‬# More phone numbers: Impact Summit

Hackster's Impact Summit is a free two-day virtual event dedicated to inspiring developers, connecting organizations, and accelerating technological innovation. This year's topic targets initiatives that measure, monitor and protect our earth's air and water supply.

OHM: Minamil Talk w Paul McClay


Join us for the kick off Monthly Talks with Paul McClay who will be discussing the Minamil project. This event will be hosted by OSHWA and Lee Wilkins Join us here:

Stupid Hacks TO

A hackathon dedicated to creating things that have absolutely no value, hosted by the Centre for Social Innovation and the Toronto Tool Library. The weird Canadian cousin of You can make whatever you want as long as it works and contributes nothing whatsoever to the world. Get your tickets here! Hack Stupid with us on Twitter. If you… Read More »Stupid Hacks TO


Govt.Model Engineering College, Kochi Kochi Kerala, India

A Free and Open Source Conference held in Kochi, Kerala by the FOSS United Community KochiFOSS is a Mini Conference organized with the aim to revive the FOSS community in Kochi and to bring everyone interested in FOSS together.

99Rs – 199Rs

OHM: Ribbit Network with Keenan Johnson


Join us for the kick off Monthly Talks with Keenan who will be discussing the Ribbit Network: Open Source Sensors for Climate! This event will be hosted by OSHWA and Lee Wilkins

OHM: Certification with Michael Weinberg


Join Michael Weinberg to learn everything there is to know about certification! We are offering TWO ways to participate: Hop on the YouTube stream at 12:00pm EST for a live conversation about Certification and/or Follow along on our Twitter @oshwassociation at 4:00pm EST for a text-based AMA  

Hackster Café: OHM Kick Off


Join us on Hackster Café on Sept 26th at 1:00pm EST to kick off Open Hardware Month with Alex Glow!


OH talk: What is Open Source Hardware? with Alicia Seidle Gibb

Western Univeriy Room: ACEB 1450, 1151 Richmond St, London, Ontario, Canada

Open source started with software, but hardware has a role in its present and future. What does open source mean when applied hardware? In this talk, Alicia Gibb Seidle, founder and executive director of the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA), traces the rise of open hardware, defines what it means, and offers her outlook on… Read More »OH talk: What is Open Source Hardware? with Alicia Seidle Gibb

UMA’s 2023 Gathering: Baltimore

1505 Eutaw Pl Baltimore, MD 21217 United States 1505 Eutaw Pl, Baltimore, MD, United States

>>> Registration is OPEN! Click here to register! <<< Tuesday, October 10th through Thursday, October 12th. In partnership with Made in Baltimore and Coppin State University’s Center for Strategic Entrepreneurship, we are thrilled to be convening our network in Baltimore City. This year our Gathering will be even more centered in place and even more interactive. We will have two mornings of programming,… Read More »UMA’s 2023 Gathering: Baltimore


Epiphyte Open Source DAC Progress Report: Sorbent Results!


For the 4th installment of Carbon Crowd, the Epiphyte team in Philly will report its general progress, with a focus early sorbent results! ​All are welcome to join, learn and share! ​About Epiphyte ​Epiphyte is a miniature, stand-alone, open source direct air capture machine that was designed by a small group of OpenAir members, located all over… Read More »Epiphyte Open Source DAC Progress Report: Sorbent Results!

Hardware Happy Hour Portland

The Bye Bye 1011 NE Alberta St, Portland, OR, United States

Hardware Happy Hour is an informal way to socialize, show off your projects, and talk about the world of hardware. We welcome anyone interested in any kind of hardware from beginner to expert: Arduino DIYers, engineers, hardware start up founders, e-textile experimenters, LED-curious folks, 3D printing enthusiasts or robotics geeks. If you're working on something… Read More »Hardware Happy Hour Portland

OSHWA on OpenCV Live


Join us on OpenCV Live on October 19th at 9am Pacific/12pm Eastern to talk all things Open Source and OSHWA!


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