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=== Open vs. Recursively Open ===
You seem to be contrasting two possible degrees of openness by saying that that "open" should impose few constraints on a thing's means of production and that "more open" might impose more constraints. This makes me think that we need another word.  Perhaps "recursively open" is a good way to describe the kind of open hardware whose components and means of production are themselves recursively open?
--[[User:Mstone|Michael Stone]] 12:04, 15 July 2010 (UTC)
=== Open Data Formats and CAD Tool License Conflicts ===
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