[Discuss] Looking for Latin American Open Hardware projects
ELKIM FELIPE ROA FUENTES
efroa at uis.edu.co
Wed Mar 1 18:30:20 UTC 2017
My name is Elkim Roa. I am the team leader behind the Open-V MCU https://www.crowdsupply.com/onchip/open-v, based in Colombia.
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We are pushing the limits of open silicon jointly with SiFive and LowRISC. In April, it will be not possible to assist to the Maker Faire considering that we are having a tapeout in May and we are squeezing time right now. We would be more than happy to collaborate in future events.
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Sent: Wednesday, March 1, 2017 1:12:47 PM
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Subject: Re: [Discuss] Looking for Latin American Open Hardware projects
On 02/27/2017 06:00 PM, Emilio Velis wrote:
> I have been recently invited as a curator for projects at the next Mini
> Maker Faire in Miami, in April. I'm focused in setting up a small
> exhibit for the Latin America region on open hardware initiatives
> focused on resilience, development or similar subjects. I know that many
> of you are not from this region but I didn't want to leave the
> opportunity aside to ask you and see if you know of any interesting
> ideas worth mentioning.
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