For five weeks, from 15 August to 20 September 2015, about a hundred people are gathered at Millemont Castle, near Versailles, to build hardware products that are (i) open source and (ii) sustainable.
Co-organized by German Open State and French OuiShare, the POC21 project stands for Proof Of Concept, a pun on COP21. It has a one-million-euro budget, funded by a mix of public, private and philanthropic actors, to take action on environmental degradation. The objective is to build 12 ...
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