ABOUT THIS KIT
The overall goal of this kit is to have fun. Beyond this, the aim is to get you comfortable using a wide range of electronic components through small, simple and easy circuits. The focus is to get each circuit working then giving you the tools to figure out why. If you encounter any problems, want to ask a question, or would like to know more about any part, extra help is our forum at (SOON WILL BE READY)
ABOUT OPEN SOURCE HARDWARE
This project is open source. What does this mean? It means everything involved in making this kit, this guide, 3D models, or code is available for free download. But, it goes further, you’re also free to reproduce and modify any of this material, then distribute it for yourself.
The catch? Quite simple, it is released under a Creative Commons (By – Share Alike) license. This means you must credit .:oomlout:. (the starter of this kit) and “WE MAKE IT” in your design, sharing your developments in a similar manner.
Ask one of the partners of the project, we will be happy to introduce to you all the different Creative Commons licensing system.
Why we are releasing under this license? Because this project, developed for Balkans, it is first of all derived from another project and also because we believe in learning, networking with passionate people, playing with open source software and experiencing the feeling to share the knowledge with all the people involved with it. We think that is lovely to share the same experience also with multi-sensorial projects including the physical things.
More details on the Creative Commons CC (By – Share Alike) License can be found at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
FLOSS Kosovo is a non-governmental non-profit organization established in order to support, promote and develop Free/Libre and Open Source Software, the Wikimedia Foundation, web standards, culture and open society by using free and open communication. Check their official website at flossk.org
KIKA is a Skopje located hackerspace. The name stands for ‘Kika is Information, Kulture, Autonomy’. In KIKA you can meet the local Python, Ruby, GNU/Linux and Free Software communities, and join their workshops, lectures, hacking and breaking stuff. You can get more info at http://hackerspaces.org/wiki/KIKA
Open Labs is a non-government non-profit organization, based in Tirana, that aims to support and promote initiatives which provide tools that bring knowledge closer to those more in need. O.Ls members energy and resources is dedicated to make knowledge a weapon that opens new horizons to children of all ages, organizations, local communities and everyday people like you. Website: http://www.openlabs.cc
We strive to deliver the highest level of quality in each and every thing we produce, but as you can imagine not all the time we can be perfect. If you find not clear instruction, a missing piece, or you would like to ask a question, we’ll try our best to help out.
(we like hearing about problems it helps us improve future versions)
Thanks For Supporting the Open Source Community in Balkan!