I was thinging of posting a "best cpu for under $300" to comp.arch
to see what they say outlining our needs:
cheap in quantity
easy of integration
And mentioning they riscy mailing list, I think we have reached a small
percentage of the people that would be interested in the design/purchase
of a mips3000 motherboard to run a free unix.
Things might change alot of we had more people.
I was going to just post but figured I'd ask the list (not to mention
the overhead for Neil to subscribe.)
I just wasn't sure how much distance I should put between the mailing list/
project and the post.
Would be kinda cool for comp.arch to pick it as a pet project.
Kinda of like the Usenet Serial Card II which I have and am very
happy with. It came out of a unfullfilled need for a good 4 port
16550 based card with source code for the card and it's PAL's.
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