A few days ago, the Restart Project has launched “TabiCat”, a fun opportunity to collaboratively analyse data on  over 900 tablets brought to repair events around the world. The data comes from their Restart Parties, as well as datasets from other organisations: anstiftung, Fixit Clinic, Repair Cafe Foundation and Repair Cafe Wales. It is collected and published as part of the Open Repair Alliance.

By analysing the data, The Restart Project can learn more about the devices – including insights to help push Right to Repair regulation in Europe, the UK and beyond.

Read their post to find out how you can get involved and help their research! https://therestartproject.org/data-and-insights/how-do-tablets-break-help-us-find-out/