License Terms

Openvario is a project creating open source hardware and software. To make sure the community benefits from these developments, and this project remains both free and open, all files created within the Openvario project are released under one of the two licenses mentioned in the sections below. In particular all content on this webpage is licensed under the Creative CommonCC BY-SA license. The copyright is with the respective authors.

GPL v3

http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html The Gnu General Public License, Version 3 often referred to as GPLv3 is used for software source codes. This basically means, that you can take the software sources, copy, distribute, and modify them, as long as you make your modifications public. You may use this software on your any hardware, as long as this hardware doesn't restrict the user to upgrade/change the software running on it (for more information have a look at Wikipedia's article on Tivoization).

The license text can be found at the GNU headquaters.

CC BY-SA

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ The Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike is used for many different types of data such as documentation, hardware schematics, assembly guides, etc. If you are using (modifying, distributing) material released under this license, you must attribute the original creator and share your modifications under the same terms as the original content.

More information can be found here

Authors

Development

Michael Huber
Gernot Hehn
Timo Bruderek
Andreas Wasserbauer
Stefan Langer

Documentation

Guido Probst
Rudi Schlesinger
Dieter Schwarzbeck

Contributors Welcome

If you like the OpenVario project and see some potential for improvement, you are invited to contribute. There are many areas you may work on, according to your personal capabilities and preferences. Drop us a mail if you want to participate in a fascinating project.