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Open Hardware Documentation Jam

Brainstorm and hack on software for developing Open Hardware!

The way people develop new products is changing. The maker movement is dubbed 'the new industrial revolution.'
Join people from FabLabs, hackerspaces, Open Hardware companies and software developers to brainstorm and hack on applications that make collaborating on hardware easier.

The Amsterdam Jam coincides with the OH Doc Jam in New York. We will also bring the results of this Jam to the Ouisharefest in Paris.


The Jam is co-organized with Wevolver.
Wevolver is developing an open source application for makers and creatives to share their work in progress, so they can connect and collaborate with others.

You don't need to have coding skills to join, al input is welcome.
Do you feel you have experience in the field? Do you have ideas on how online collaboration on physical products should work? Do you want to prototype solutions for online collaboration?Do you want to have fun?
Join us on our quest to provide hardware a place to create and innovate!

Learn more about Wevolver at 
More info about the New York event at


-Doors open at 10.00

-Intro at 10.30

-Presentations about the open hardware movement.

-Group Brainstorm


-Make, build, create what you want.

-17.00 present results of the day

-Drinks etc.


(for busy people, feel free to join for the morning session only)

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  • Tilly K.

    Interesting topics, great discussions, many new insights; thank you all! Cheers

    April 27, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Could only attend the morning sessions, so I can't comment on the afternoon. I thought the two presentations and the following discussions both very interesting and friendly. I definitely learned something useful...thanks!

    1 · April 27, 2013

  • Miguel

    That was a really nice session. My thanks to the host, presenters and fellow participants.

    1 · April 27, 2013

  • Bram G.

    Thanks all for the interesting day! Inspiring talks!

    1 · April 27, 2013

  • Edoardo C.

    I was expecting highly technical hardware geeks but found an inspiring conversation on collective efforts, which I liked even more.

    4 · April 27, 2013

  • Tilly K.

    Hi, I know it may seem a bit late to ask, but I wondered, should we bring anything with us to the event? Cheers

    April 26, 2013

  • Eduard D.

    Looking forward tot the session

    April 26, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Unfortunately i have to cancel this meetup. My airbnb guests will check in later than expected, around 1/2. Already wanted to go the other half of the day to the dreamups event, so if possible after the check in i am trying to join there as it is closeby and hope to be able to join the next Jam. Still curious :) Have fun tomorrow!!!

    April 26, 2013

  • Bram G.

    It will definitely have a hands on approach. After we brainstorm we divide into groups to work out prototypes for solutions.
    See you on Saturday!

    April 23, 2013

  • Miguel

    Hi all!
    Is this going to be more about how to document open hardware or it will also have a bit of hand on?
    I'll participate in both cases (I'm sure I'll learn something) but I'm still curious.

    April 22, 2013

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