Hi Alex - congratulations... It's really inspiring to see picoLisp keep
improving and branching out. It really has staying power

This might be off base, but is it within the realm of possibility to
run PilMCU on a raspberry pi now or in the future? That's an accessible
piece of hardware that many people already have (myself included). These
people may also be willing to fund the work

My pi has been sitting powered off largely since I bought it. This could
reinvigorate it.

On Fri, Sep 19, 2014 at 9:05 AM, Alexander Burger <a...@software-lab.de>

> Hi Alabhya,
> > Congratulations to both of you on this important feat!
> Thanks!
> > Funds should flow in when "picoLisp OS" is seen running with all
> > virtues, on existing hardware.
> Hmm, but this is a bit against the point, isn't it? This *is* a hardware
> project. On existing hardware you may be served better with a standard
> OS.
> ♪♫ Alex
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