A definitive and complete list of all the open-sourced resources relating to the BBC micro:bit

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William Francis

Dear British Broadcasting Corporation,

Publicity for the BBC micro:bit explains that, "[t]he technical specifications for the device will be open sourced" (ref: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles...).

Please supply a complete and definitive list of these specifications including URLs directly linking to the assets themselves, related technical documentation, source code, licenses and the authors/organisations responsible for each asset along with a brief description of what each asset provides in the wider context of the BBC micro:bit project.

Yours faithfully,

William Francis

Nicholas H.Tollervey left an annotation ()

All the Python related work is currently open-sourced and referenced from this blog post:
https://pyfound.blogspot.co.uk/2016/03/a...

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