|Headquarters||San Luis Obispo, California|
|Key people||Kyle Wiens, CEO
Luke Soules, CXO
|Content license||Creative Commons BY-NC-SA|
|Alexa rank||5,079 (October 2013[update])|
iFixit is a private company in San Luis Obispo, California. Founded in 2003 while the founders were attending Cal Poly, the company sells repair parts and publishes free wiki-like online repair guides for consumer electronics and gadgets on its web site.
Founder Kyle Wiens aims to reduce electronic waste by teaching people to repair their own gear and offering tools, parts, and a forum to discuss repairs. In 2011, he travelled through Africa with a documentary team; a short film is in progress  and stories of "fixers" met on the trip are posted on the company's activism-oriented blog, ifixit.org.
iFixit provides a SaaS platform known as Dozuki to enable others to use iFixit's documentation framework to produce their own documentation. An early adopter was O'Reilly Media, whose Make and Craft magazines use Dozuki to feature community guides alongside instructions originally written by the staff for the print magazine.
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