The call for participation in the Open Source Hardware Camp (OSHCamp) 2020 has been placed – in the year which marks the Open Source Hardware User Group’s 10th anniversary.

Taking place on Saturday the 29th and Sunday the 30th of August in Hebden Bridge Town Hall, West Yorkshire, OSHCamp 2020 is looking for proposals for talks and workshops across a variety of themes including but in no way limited to: open source hardware projects, open development practices and principles, interesting projects built using open-source hardware, hardware and software tools, skills, and techniques, and technologies relevant to the open source hardware community.

OSHCamp 2020 takes place during the broader Wuthering Bytes 2020 celebration, for which the call for participation went out earlier this month. It also takes place in the tenth anniversary year of the Open Source Hardware User Group itself, making it a must-attend event in the open hardware calendar.

More information can be found on the oshug-announce mailing list, while those interested in giving a talk or running a workshop have until Monday the 20th of April to submit titles and abstracts via the official form.