While I've been sharing a lot of my work on muffsy.com, I've never really clarified how my view is on people using my work (or derivates of it). This is now changing.
It means that everything on muffsy.com, except where specifically stated, is open source. You have the right to:
If you're going to use any of the content on muffsy.com, you will have to adhere to these conditions:
There are also some conditions for muffsy.com to follow. Most notably is that the shared information must be in an open format. The only possible violation to this are my Autodesk Eagle design files. They can be used, but not always processed, by the free version of Autodesk Eagle. They can also be opened and edited (although not always perfectly) in the open source tool KiCad.
The only exceptions to the Creative Commons on muffsy.com is for a few of my PCB designs, mainly variants of those that I'm currently selling. They are free for personal or non-commercial use, but you cannot use them commercially without my approval.
The fact that the schematics are open source will of course allow you to design your own PCBs for any desired use, as long as you comply with the terms of the license.
At the time of writing these are the only exceptions:
If not stated otherwise, everything is free to use as described above. That's right, text, pictures, schematics, design files. The lot!