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telnet mapscii.me # For maps in your terminal from OpenStreetMap. Use arrow keys to move around and a/z to zoom in/out. Or use your mouse if your terminal supports that.

still grinding through the Reform 2 motherboard schematics. most stuff is in there now. a bunch of I2C, I2S, UART and JTAG details still to do, and connections to the SoM. if you spot other issues or have feedback/questions, now is a good time dump.mntmn.com/reform2-motherb

It would be cool if browsers could just open ePub files like regular websites that the browser could keep offline and always provide a "Save Page as" button for.

Interesting:

"A 100% libre RISC-V + 3D GPU chip for mobile devices"

"The application for funding from NLnet and the Next Generation Internet initiative from the European Commission, from back in November of last year, has been approved. It means that we have EUR 50,000 to pay for full-time engineering work to be carried out over the next year, and to pay for bounty-style tasks. For the right people, with the right skills, there is money now available."

crowdsupply.com/libre-risc-v/m

cc @orionwl

40Γ—30 chars is not a lot but it still works to keep track of e.g. builds in process, just pipe anything to nc at the appropriate ip/port

@orionwl there is now a u-boot-sifive package in Debian experimental and also 'opensbi' (RISC-V Open Source Supervisor Binary Interface).

Maintainer of opensbi and u-boot also did a presentation wrt RISC-V in Debian: archive.org/details/latch_2019

There is now also a section "Setting up a riscv64 virtual machine with u-boot and opensbi" added on wiki.debian.org/RISC-V (and some other updates)

There's also reasonable activity on -riscv (OFTC)

just created a repository with a Kendryte K210 SoC memory map (reverse-engineered from various sources) and additional demos:
- the glyph mapping one that I posted a video of
- and an OTP dumper tool

github.com/laanwj/k210-sdk-stu

I intend to add some more in the future as time allows

"dinosaur infested" must be the best metaphor for dangerously tricky code that I've ever seen

Aweigh is an open source navigation system that does not rely on satellites: it is inspired by the mapping of celestial bodies and the polarized vision of insects.
aweigh.io/

/cc: @neauoire @rek
#solarpunk

"Yeah, so I found out my new house is haunted."
"You know who you should call? Ghostbusters!"
"Oh? Do they have an email address?"
"Just call them!"
"Ah. Can I text them?"
"No, just call them."
"Um. Never said I minded the ghost. It's not that bad."
#MicroFiction #TootFic #SmallStories

Jason Scott just dumped the ZIL source code for every infocom game on github. Clone it before Activision's lawyers wake up. And now we see how long it takes for the internet to produce a compiler for a language that's been dead for 30+ years from a cache of production grade source code for said language. We've had compiled z-machine files, but never the original ZIL. github.com/historicalsource

Kendryte K210 / Maix Go memory map and boot sequence
gist.github.com/laanwj/7751039
did a little bit of reverse engineering again

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