yassww at cock.li
Sun Aug 2 06:01:19 PDT 2015
Sounds good is opensource hardware the future?
On 08/02/15 06:13, odinn wrote:
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> Not sure if someone already mentioned this, but what of opencores.org ?
> Which offers professional support for products from that site,
> I imagine that one could develop, for example, very transparent and
> open source hardware development with production processes that could
> scale up depending on demand, one could start with FPGAs.
> There may be some already working on just such a project but I'm not
> aware of the details.
> - -O
> On 07/31/2015 03:56 PM, Cari Machet wrote:
>> On Thu, Jul 30, 2015 at 1:06 AM, Steve Kinney <admin at pilobilus.net
>> <mailto:admin at pilobilus.net>> wrote:
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>> I do see problems with scaling DYI chip projects up to commercial
>> production numbers, and down in scale to achieve fast, high
>> capacity performance. That's why I am much more interested in the
>> prospects of a manufacturing process built for radical
>> transparency, using "commercial best practice" technology at
>> conventional production facilities.
>> IMO the same kind of radical transparency should apply to all
>> industrial processes that pose large potential hazards to public
>> health & safety, i.e. nuclear power stations, transgenic
>> agriculture, etc.
>> i have been thinking about this and i was thinking a lot about
>> actual nuclear bomb sites being added to the list of 'hazard to
>> public' and i was like - not possible to give the public any kind
>> of access to such horrors but then its already in play ... NATOish
>> people sold the design of the bomb to pakistan and israel long ago
>> so maybe actually if more people were involved in the process it
>> would be in safer hands and there would be less proliferation as it
>> seems to be the modus operandi that there be more bombs to counter
>> best film ever points in the direction of nano/bio tech
>> possibilities le jette with the murder of species... can we have
>> the components make themselves and self destruct when in danger?
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