risc-v


Inaugural London RISC-V Meetup – July 2019

At this evening meeting in London on Monday 22 July we have three talks with speakers looking at open source in the RISC-V Ecosystems. This is our fifth meeting since 2014 on the subject of RISC-V, but the first to be held jointly with the RISC-V Foundation as part of their global meetup program

This is a joint meeting with the UK Open Source Hardware User Group.

Full details, including how to register are on the events page.


Machines and systems of past, present, future – January 2019

To start off the year, we have a series of talks around the theme of Acorn computers, RISC OS, RISC-V toolchain.

  • Brief history of Unix-like operating systems on Acorn hardware – Stephen Borrill
  • RISC OS : What’s Next – Richard Brown
  • Embedded FreeBSD on a five-core RISC-V processor using LLVM – Jeremy Bennett
  • Buildroot for RISC-V (Using Buildroot to create embedded Linux systems for 64-bit RISC-V) – Mark Corbin

For those unable to be present in person the meeting will be recorded and also live streamed over GoToWebinar:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7524829278273993474

GoToMeeting system check:
https://link.gotomeeting.com/system-check

For more details and registration see the page on Eventbrite.