Joining Adafruit Show ‘n Tell with Helen Leigh was a fun way to start 2020!
Helen embroidered the CircuitPython-powered Serpente board from Arturo at Chaos Communication Congress (36c3):
I showed Linux running on a RISC-V core in the ECP5 FPGA on the Hackaday Supercon badge:
I gave a shout-out to Greg Davill who got Linux booting the OrangeCrab while at 36c3:
Greg’s open hardware OrangeCrab board features the ECP5 FPGA in an Adafruit Feather form factor and is capable of running a RISC-V “soft” core using LiteX.
Find out more about Linux on RISC-V using open source FPGA toolchains in the slides from my 36c3 talk