Tickets are Open!

by Addie Wagenknecht on July 16, 2014

Tickets for this years OHS in Rome are now available and online!


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Speakers announced

by Addie Wagenknecht on June 21, 2014

The review panel has passed along the accepted speakers and I am thrilled at their selection. We have a great range of interest which will be represented at this years open hardware summit! Jump over to the speaker page to get a peak at the line up!

In addition, many of you have reached out about sponsorship opportunities, ticketing and workshops. This is something which we are currently working on launching ASAP so please stay tuned.

Unlike previous years, this years Open Hardware Summit, besides being in Europe, is also being structured a lot differently then previous Summits, as a result, everything is taking a few days (or sometimes weeks) longer then previous years. So we thank you for your patience!


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Call for Submissions (CLOSED)

by Addie Wagenknecht on May 25, 2014

The call for submissions for  talks and workshops for this years OHS has been extended until Friday, May 30th at 12pm EST.

The call for Submissions is now closed.

Notifications will happen in early June.

[International or Domestic] Airfare will be included in the acceptance notification if your talk is selected for this years Summit.




Initial Speakers and Theme Announced!

May 18, 2014

We are excited to be able to leak some of the speakers who will be at speaking and offering workshops at this years Open Hardware Summit.         In addition, the concept of this years Summit is “From Open Making to Open Manufacturing” What does that mean? Our focus and goal is to […]

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Call For Proposals

May 3, 2014

This years OHS will be a bit different then years prior. I thought you might all be interested to know more about the context of this years summit before we open the call for speakers and workshops Monday morning. The deadline for submissions will be the end of May. The Summit will be a two […]

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