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-- [http://clothbot.com/wiki/Open_Source_Hardware Andrew Plumb]
 
-- [http://clothbot.com/wiki/Open_Source_Hardware Andrew Plumb]
 
Seems everyone is more or less on the same page here. Is it the case that there needs to be some effort to design the intermediate exchange format?
 
 
With Human readable formats and manufacturing documents being the minimum required, if this ends up the defacto standard then information interchange will be very inefficient.
 
 
Migrations between editing environments should be fast and efficient to aid the momentum of this movement.
 
 
-- Stephen Leahey
 
  
 
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