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An "enum" for Python 3
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A look at the PyPy 2.0 release
LCA: Addressing the failure of open source
Posted Jan 18, 2012 16:25 UTC (Wed) by ortalo (subscriber, #4654)
At least, that's probably one old open hardware project trying to address some annoying limitations of hardware (namely 3D chipsets lack of programming documentation).
It seems to me OpenCores is even older: www.opencores.org
Strange Bruce Perens does not mention them.
Posted Jan 24, 2012 19:50 UTC (Tue) by BrucePerens (guest, #2510)
Posted Jan 18, 2012 17:43 UTC (Wed) by mtaht (✭ supporter ✭, #11087)
Posted Jan 24, 2012 19:58 UTC (Tue) by BrucePerens (guest, #2510)
David's girlfriend kindly hosted David, myself, Jean-Marc Valin (Speex, Opus), and Tim Terriberry (Theora, CELT) at her home for several days after the conference. Jean-Marc added statistical methods to the Codec2 codebook training during the visit, making the compression about a third better at equivalent signal-to-noise.
Posted Jan 24, 2012 19:46 UTC (Tue) by BrucePerens (guest, #2510)
It's pointless to ask why I haven't mentioned something, there was only about 50 minutes in which I gave two speeches. One can't possibly do an exhaustive list in that time.
Osmocom is interesting. I happen to have a few pf the original Ettus Research USRPs from a previous grant project, so I haven't used Osmocom yet.
Qi is interesting, but will be important if they ever manage to break out of being a nerds-only product.
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