What is the best GNU General Public License alternative in the hardware space?
I want to release design and technical documents for my hardware projects but I would like to license them in a way that disallows all forms of profiteering.
That includes using my hardware to create proprietary hardware and such.
Some boldly state that "the iPhone revolutionized the communications industry."
It really depends on what we define as "communications industry" here. If all you care about is end-user devices that seem to expire in a year, perhaps Apple's work is done. If you care about your mobile carrier not being a money-grubbing shit, Apple have not only done nothing, but have given the carrier tools to nickel-and-dime you while improving very little.
Please check out this old game me and my dad made together a few years ago (https://github.com/voximorg/Coventina-Android) which I just finished hacking to work on Android without SDL library calls.
It's name is Coventina and it's about satisfying a cuttlefish god with rings and coins.
The map is block based and since me and dad did a lot of the hard low level work already, it is now time to build on top.
To build it you will likely need android studio
For Linux: (https://github.com/voximorg/Coventina.git)
I'm trying to repair my bro's laptop.
Model: MSI GS63
Motherboard: MS 16k41 (?)
The charging port is dead and it seems that I need to take out the motherboard to replace it.
I've done what I can to unfasten the MoBo, but there's still something keeping it in.
I believe there is one screw left which is inserted from the opposite side of the board. I don't know how to access it.
Last pic indicates issue.
The best solution I've found is the reserve either a t4g.nano or t3a.nano instance from #AWS for 3 years.
That's in the range of $1.20/month not including storage.
Is there another solution out there that can provide lower costs without greatly sacrificing functionality?
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