In contrast, at around the same time, I started a collaborative design community without thinking…
JonSchull
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Hi, Jon.

There were some e-NABLE projects that were shared on Build in Progress several years ago: http://buildinprogress.media.mit.edu/collections/e-nable-r-d-projects

BiP was designed for small design teams (~5 people). It’s fantastic to hear about the community that has grown around e-NABLE and I wonder how online communities can support larger open-source projects. I haven’t found a good alternative to BiP that I would recommend for this purpose, but I will let you know if I do. The challenge is definitely finding something that lets people easily add their contributions but works well for fabrication workflows, not just software (e.g., Github).

I will look out for Andrea Bastian at Pier 9!

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