I have of course read this, but it's quite old (and not very detailed) http://www.ladyada.net/library/openhardware/license.html
I have also found OSHWA, but I haven't looked to closely at it, yet. https://www.oshwa.org/about/
I also usually start with GitHub's https://choosealicense.com/non-software/ - but they are not very helpful for "non-software-projects".
I also know that Arduino publishes Schematics under Creative Commons Licenses (like the Arduino Uno Rev 3 https://content.arduino.cc/assets/UNO-TH_Rev3e_sch.pdf )
What I'm looking for is the equivalent to the GPL/AGPL. Basic four freedoms, especially freedom to learn from the design, freedom to build it yourself (yes, including selling) the design, limiting warranty/liability), a strong copyleft (so MIT-Style things are out).
Bonus points if it's a battle tested license.
Looking into CERN OHL 1.2 right now. Looks promising.
@amenthes I've used CC for hardware projects so far, usually covered all my bases
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