[coreboot] A new project proposal - MicroHOPE
marcj303 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 7 17:40:19 CET 2015
On Sat, Mar 7, 2015 at 1:46 AM Arun Jayan <arunjayan32 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello ,
> This is Arun Jayan from College of Engineeiring Poonjar , Kerala , India .
> I am 3rd year Computer Science student , interested in FOSS technologies .
> But i am totally beginner to GSoC .
> Currently i am working on open source project called MicroHOPE . Its a
> open hardware developed by IUAC New Delhi , and released as a open hardware
> . MicroHOPe is similar to arduino and its is lowest priced board available
> in that category . It is based on atmega32 micro-controller .
> More info about microhope :
> I mainly desiging a IDE for MicroHOPE to program its hardware .I had
> written one version , its a simple version and available in debian unstable
> section . Now I am designing a better IDE using PyQt4 with lot of features
> . also i am working on a real time control to micro-controller (PyMicro)
> using python for learning purposes (a addon to IDE ) and also UI for
> One of my sir told me to apply for GSoC using this microhope project and
> he told me that there i got all the technical help to make it more good
> that i am thinking now .
> So is there any chance for microhope in GSoC 2015 ? Please help me
MicroHOPE looks like an interesting microcontroller project, but may not
fit well in the coreboot firmware project. Please read our wiki and project
page for more information.
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