Hi Christophe!

Thanks for this great post! This will add more motivation for this project ;)

And yes, we will surely try our best to provide the actual hardware soon as 
possible, i noticed these days that there are many DIY kit that uses the RPi, 
it would be nice to see a kit which is intended for Lispers ;) 

So as of the moment i was busy for last 2 days on assembling and installing my 
new PC which i bought for this purpose because my old laptop was a bit slow for 
compiling and simulating ALTERA FPGA. Just last night i finished installed the 
latest tools under Win 8.1 Pro and tonight will try my code on that machine and 
get on track again: TtyIn then EEPROM. 

I'm looking forward to finish TtyIn and EEPROM this weekend, after that i can 
proceed with SDRAM, ciao for now!


On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 4:36 AM, Christophe Gragnic 
<christophegrag...@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi list !

This thread is meant to collect ideas about PilMCU.
At least mine (because I need to clean them up a bit)
and ideas of other PicoLispers (out of curiosity).

Maybe some items will look more like questions like «is it even possible?»!
(This email took me at least two weeks of careful drafting.)

May this thread help Alex and George to refine their biz-plan!

My ideas are all related to the language I embed in PicoLisp:
I dream about a small box that would interpret this language and interact
in several ways with the user (output of course, but input like coding
the box too,
as well as typing words or other (gaming) peripherals).

Now I may go in more details. I'm not saying that Alex and George
may build this box, but could consider enough flexibility and connectivity
for someone to be able to build this kind of project based on their project

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