[libre-riscv-dev] [Bug 180] New: Decide how to spell Libre-SOC
programmerjake at gmail.com
Sun Feb 16 09:08:12 GMT 2020
On Sun, Feb 16, 2020, 00:47 Michael Pham <pham.michael.98 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 16, 2020 at 3:28 AM Jacob Lifshay <programmerjake at gmail.com>
> > CCing the mailing list so others can see your spelling preference.
> > On Sat, Feb 15, 2020 at 11:58 PM Michael Pham <pham.michael.98 at gmail.com>
> > >
> > > Hi Jacob,
> > > Long time no see! Sorry I didn't respond earlier, I've been crazy busy
> > > with school. If it's not too late, I prefer LibreSOC.
> > Yeah, school can be a *lot* of work.
> > Are you ok with using Libre-SOC? Nearly everyone else either is leaving
> it up to the rest of us to decide or prefers Libre-SOC with the hyphen.
> Yep, I'm totally fine with that as long as its (i) 1 word because
> that's better for searching (no white space in between) and (ii) it's
> consistently used everywhere.
Also, can you CC this one too for me because I temporarily
> unsubscribed from the mailing list for now, I'll resubscribe again
> when I have less stuff going on in my life.
You can, if you like, stay subscribed but turn off mail delivery (in the
mailing list options
http://lists.libre-riscv.org/mailman/options/libre-riscv-dev), which will
allow you to send emails to the mailing list but you won't get any emails
from the mailing list. I've had to do that for quite a few mailing lists.
> > > Also how are things going with the project? I haven't been paying too
> > > much close attention to the mailing lists (only quickly skimming some
> > > emails here and there) because my course work is killing me so I'm
> > > trying to minimize distractions. Any news of what happened to the
> > > OpenCL proposal and the LibreSOC version of the Raspberry Pi?
> > Last I heard, the OpenCL proposal was withdrawn:
> > https://libre-riscv.org/nlnet_proposals/
> Ah ok that sucks for me. I wanted to try running PlaidML on Libre-SOC
> for some deep learning work I'm researching (performance will probably
> suck but that's not my main concern). And the alternatives require
> CUDA which obviously won't work for us.
>From what I recall, the plan is to use some of the existing OpenCL to
Vulkan translation layers to support OpenCL, so it's quite likely to still
Also, there has been some talk of getting ML acceleration added:
and this thread:
> > I don't recall what happened with the plans for a RPi-like computer
> based around Libre-SOC, but it sounds like a good idea that we'd probably
> need anyway for testing purposes once we have the ASIC built.
> **Insert the take my money meme here** :)
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