[Oberon] Project Oberon: What are nexts steps?

Douglas G. Danforth danforth at greenwoodfarm.com
Sat May 3 23:36:29 CEST 2014

Ok, you are starting to get my attention.

I have never worked directly with an FPGA board.
However, Wojtek Skulski and I did use data generated
from an FPGA x-ray detector system and wrote code
in Oberon-4 to analyze it.

Without doing my homework and going back through the myriad messages
generated on this topic, is there a minimum specification necessary to
implement Project Oberon.  A document giving the minimum specifications?
Or should one simply assume that the Spartan-3 board IS the documentation?

Googling FPGA boards returns a long and varied list.  How does one choose
from that list the ones that are 'future-proof'?

-Doug Danforth

On 5/3/2014 1:43 PM, Bernhard Treutwein wrote:
> Am 03.05.2014 10:51, schrieb Volkert:
>> what are the top issues needs to be addressed to breath more life into
>> "project oberon" to
>> save its future development?
> in my opinion, it would be to find a new FPGA platform, which is
> future-proof.
> But Paul's reply to my suggestions was a bit disappointing.
> And there should be a little bit more of an advertising blitz, but I
> don't know how ...*
> *
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