[Oberon] Unlimited Oberon System for any board

Liam Proven lproven at gmail.com
Wed May 6 19:32:34 CEST 2020

On Wed, 6 May 2020 at 19:08, Skulski, Wojciech
<skulski at pas.rochester.edu> wrote:
> Liam:
> the gist of this thread was that we should perhaps abandon the FPGAs and switch to inexpensive Chinese boards.

It was? That is _not_ how I read it.

I suggested trying to get Oberon and/or A2 running on the Raspberry Pi.

This is not Chinese. It is designed by a British non-profit foundation
and manufactured in Wales. The CPU architecture is also
British-designed, albeit by someone now working for an American
company, which also makes the RPi SoC.

And not _instead_ of anything. _As well as_.

>  I submit to your attention that this may not be the wise solution in the present situation. You may not have heard of the guy named Trump. He is not writing any compilers, but he has a potential of disrupting the trade agreements and supply chains. You never know what he will do next.

I'm in Czechia and I bought my last RasPi locally. Intra-EU trade is
unlikely to suffer at the tiny hands of Little Donny.

> I am saying that it is perhaps not a bad idea to be self sufficient. I have seen my neighbors digging their front lawns to plant their own tomatoes. It is a smart move. And the home grown tomatoes also taste better than the ones imported from overseas.

It's not.

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