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I’ve so far covered the possibility of wise use of local resources using the GVCS toolset, developed by means of open engineering. Now I turn to the design.
We begin with a pattern language for open source technology. This is a set of icons that correspond to the technological patterns or components that make up all types of devices. It is an 18-word vocabulary for understanding the language of technology. All the GVCS technologies may be represented graphically as a combination of these icons. The icons cover just about any electromechanical or electronic device. There is only 18 of these icons, in main categories representing structure, motion, power sources, and means of fabrication. You can read more details online under the reference. A lot of these components are so important that they are also in themselves part of the GVCS.
See more details about the Open Source Technology Pattern Language.