Amazon - official UNO made in Italy - $27.50http://www.amazon.com/Arduino-A000046-UNO-board/dp/B004CG4CN4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1323025351&sr=8-1
That's what I paid, Slick. Do more looking around, assembled clones sell in the low $20's.You can easily find that in under 1 hour of "market research".But what did you do?
There are several Open Source licenses with certain restrictions on each. You not knowing that speaks loudly.Whereas I read the actual one that applies. No, you don't need special dispensation. Neither do the many and varied people marketing clones and compatibles today.
You don't supply enough data for "constructive input" beyond, hey, you need to get your head out of your plans and look before you leap.
I never asked about clones.
So what are you making?
And Amazon ships free for over $25 orders and they are not the lowest price.
Arduino UNO is Open Source, clones are not "knock offs". You are being rude to say so.
I tried to point out that the assumptions you had made might break your venture and that you need to do more looking but wow, you know better so I'm a rude idiot.