[Oberon] more attention and a larger community?

Douglas G. Danforth danforth at greenwoodfarm.com
Thu May 8 09:09:53 CEST 2014

When one writes a book, writes code, or builds anything one needs to ask
who and what is the audience?  If it is for yourself then nothing more 
needs to
be said.  But if it is for other people then who are those other people 
and what
are their needs and desires?  If it is just for the handful of 
individuals that are
now interacting on this mailing list then agreement is all that is 
necessary.  But
if it is for a wider audience then what is that audience?  Do they want 
it or need it?
Do they conform to you or do you conform to them?

-Doug Danforth

On 5/7/2014 1:59 PM, volkert at nivoba.de wrote:
> I like this idea as a mid term goal, say reachable within 5 years. 
> Lets think about the major steps needed to go there?
> Starting from here and now, say for  (a) "Project Oberon 2013" and or 
> (b) "ETH Oberon" as initial system, and
> having every year a new release moving the current system step by step 
> into target solution, say first as
> target  a ARM SoCs System with FPGA (for 2020) and after that moving 
> the system forward to "HW/SW Codesign
> solution" (for 2025). But every release should be a "Oberon Starter Kit".
> BW,
> Volkert

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