For Lady Ada Lovelace Day, we are once again celebrating women in open source hardware. Pictured above are three key women from the 2013 Open Hardware Summit: Catarina Mota, from the Open Source Business panel and OSHWA board member; Addie Wagenknecht, Open Hardware Summit co-Chair; and Alicia Gibb, conference organizer and OSHWA president.
A number of women also presented talks during the summit:
- Alice King, Open Source Funding
- Amanda Wozniak, Collective Innovation Enjoy The Mess
- Phoenix Perry, Embodied play design and building a female developer community
- Sophi Kravitz, Open source Products, Can you Profit?
- Becky Stern, Wearables at the intersection of electronics and craft
- Katherine Scott, SolidStatity Forever: Surviving as a Human in a Robotic World
- Mathilde Berchon, The State of Open Hardware Entrepreneurship in 2013
In addition, the following women presented posters or demos:
Toni Klopfenstein, Erin “RobotGrrl” Kennedy, Gabriella Levine, Analisa Russo, Amelia Marzec, Anuja Apte, Nadya Peek, Tania Morimoto, Ayah Bdeir, Linda Karina Duran Bautista, Aisen Caro Chacin, Pilar Zaragoza, Alexandra Shuey, Christalee Bieber.
All of these presenters build on a history of excellent content within this vibrant community.
Photo courtesy of the Open Hardware Summit (CC-BY).