The Maker’s Bill of Rights

Published by Make: in 2005, the Makers Bill of Rights articulates a list of 17 commandments that manufacturers should follow to make their products repairable and hackable. This manifesto is for those who want the freedom to tinker with, remake, repair, recombine, and upgrade the things they own. By advocating for an open, and resilient product system means disrupting the current model, creating a new context for a more evolutionary, collaborative, and dynamic product system that will help us better fit into earth’s ecosystems.

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