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  1. Controlling up to three chains of 64x64, 32x32, 16x32 or similar RGB LED displays using Raspberry Pi GPIO

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    A terminal image and video viewer.

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    A DCF77, WWVB, JJY and MSF clock LF-band signal transmitter using the Raspberry Pi

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  4. Resource efficient UPnP/DLNA renderer, optimal for Raspberry Pi, CuBox or a general MediaServer. Fork of GMediaRenderer to add some features to make it usable.

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    Simple Laser Direct Lithography / Laser Direct Imaging for PCB manufacturing

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    G-code interpreter and stepmotor controller for crazy fast coordinated moves of up to 8 steppers. Uses the Programmable Realtime Unit (PRU) of the Beaglebone.

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Contribution activity

September 2022

Created 5 repositories

Created a pull request in chipsalliance/verible that received 7 comments

Add a unit test for simple_zip

Signed-off-by: Henner Zeller

+112 −3 7 comments
Opened 56 other pull requests in 9 repositories
chipsalliance/verible 37 merged 4 closed 2 open
chipsalliance/Surelog 5 merged
NixOS/nixpkgs 1 merged 1 open
YosysHQ/yosys 1 merged
chipsalliance/yosys-f4pga-plugins 1 merged
antmicro/yosys-systemverilog 1 open
antmicro/verilator 1 merged
chipsalliance/sv-tests 1 merged
phoboslab/qoi 1 merged

Created an issue in chipsalliance/verible that received 6 comments

Provide OpenSUSE / SUSE Enterprise Server / RHEL binaries

OpenSUSE is a linux distribution used in the wild, so it would be good if we could provide release binaries for it as well. (context: https://group…


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