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Occupy Thingiverse Test cube
by josefprusa, published
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We are not trolls, as Raldrich said
"The fact that the legal ramifications of MakerBot's TOS weren't discovered until today doesn't magically give them a free pass.
The fact that they don't intend (today) to exercise the rights they've granted themselves also doesn't magically give them a free pass. Companies change - take a look at their stance on Open Source Hardware."
Also Replicator 2 is Closed Source, at least everything looks like it and guy on Makerbot support phone told me so.
Check out my open letter to Bre Pettis here http://josefprusa.cz/open-hardware-meaning/
Help out by spreading the word! http://www.reddit.com/r/Reprap/comments/10642q/open_hardware_meaning_josef_prusa/
Link it, tweet it, comment it! Help the cause and show them we want it Open Source!
Print the Test Cube as ugly as you can and post picture of it as "I made one" :-)
Jo Prusa, RepRap core dev
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