[Milkymist-devel] Milkymist tools in FEL
Gerard Braad Jr.
me at gbraad.nl
Wed Oct 13 00:01:46 UTC 2010
On 10/13/10, Chitlesh GOORAH <chitlesh at fedoraproject.org> wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 9, 2010 at 2:11 AM, Johnathan Mantey <> wrote:
>> Yes, but does this place MM into a formal Fedora/RHEL/CentOS release
>> process? What is the fundamental benefit over maintaining an independent
>> MM tree?
> Hello there,
> Well, I think others have already answer you briefly. It's a win-win
> situation for both communities.
> Sébastien and Gerard already expressed their views from a milkymist angle.
> Let me now tell you how FEL benefits.
> Free Electronic Lab focuses on ASIC design flows, our solutions in
> embedded environment was pretty poor. Thus this collaboration will
> help us identify the needs of a vibrant Milkymist community and
> extends our portfolio. Our collaboration is based on a hope that users
> will get an out of the box platform for instant hardware development.
> Our goals include "promote open hardware". Our existence is based on a
> hope to enhance hardware engineers experience using opensource EDA
> tools. We operate like a EDA/CAD group of a company but for the
> opensource hardware community.
> Our action items for milkymist is listed here
> # yum groupinstall milkymist
> is already available on upcoming F-14 and upcoming RHEL-6. Currently
> tools available under the "yum groupinstall milkymist" includes all
> DONE items in the above url. Others will find their way once we have
> time to package and push their to the mirrors.
will there be an official announcement \out these updates when F14
gets released? it is a noteworthy addition and it shows we have done
collaboration with a proejct in a totally different field;
> IRC: #milkymist at Freenode
> Twitter: www.twitter.com/milkymistvj
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