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nicely said. though I think the Mill deserves more credit. Assuming that the team doesn't die or simply get acqui(patent)hired, they seem more likely to have material impact than RISCv which exists simply to swap out Arm.



Mill has had some their patents issued and their applications published which means there's something to read rather than listen to Godard's talks.

http://patents.justia.com/assignee/mill-computing-inc

I'm impressed at their doing something completely different and do wish them well. I know someone on the team but I'm impatient.


To me the most interesting part is that Mill has attracted a quite amazing amount of supportive interest from people who are talented, experienced and knowledgeable. Essentially a who's who of comp.arch...


I don't read comp.arch so who - besides Godard and willvarfar - is involved?




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