Raspberry Pi gets more Arduino-y with new open source modular hardware | Ars Technica

Raspberry Pi gets more Arduino-y with new open source modular hardware | Ars Technica.

The new version of the Raspberry is called the Raspberry Pi Compute Module and is the size of a laptop memory module.
The board is entirely open source. The Raspberry Pi itself is not open source hardware because based on Broadcom ARM processor (the BCM2835) for its computing, graphics processing, and memory.
But Broadcom did recently publish an open source version of its graphics driver code (under BSD license). This is the first semiconductor manufacturer to publish GPU drivers in an open source format. Imagination, any intention of doing so :-)?