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* David Cuartielles, Arduino and Malmo University
* David Cuartielles, Arduino and Malmo University
* Leah Buechley, MIT Media Lab
* Leah Buechley, MIT Media Lab
== Initial Workshop Participants ==
This definition originated with discussion between attendees of the [ Opening Hardware workshop] at Eyebeam (New York City), March 17, 2010, in particular (listed alphabetically by first name):
* Alicia Gibb, Bug Labs
* Ayah Bdeir, Eyebeam
* Becky Stern, MAKE
* Benjamin Mako Hill, MIT
* Bunnie Huang, Chumby
* Chris Anderson, Wired Magazine and DIY Drones
* David A. Mellis, MIT Media Lab and Arduino
* Gianluca Martino, Arduino
* John Wilbanks, Creative Commons
* Jonathan Kuniholm, Open Prosthetics Project/Shared Design Alliance
* Ken Gilmer, Bug Labs
* Ken Gracey, Parallax
* Limor Fried, Adafruit Industries
* Massimo Banzi, Arduino
* Nathan Seidle, SparkFun
* Phillip Torrone, Make and Adafruit Industries
* Thinh Nguyen, Creative Commons
* Tom Igoe, ITP and Arduino
* Zach Smith, MakerBot
These people haven't necessarily endorsed the definition, but all had a hand in helping to draft it.

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