If we want to have computing freedom, we're going to need computers that are safe and don't lock us out. Having actually well designed architectures (x86 sure ain't it) would be nice too. RISC-V is a beam of hope: riscv.org/

- India is making progress on fabb'ing their own RISC-V chips fossbytes.com/linux-on-shakti-
- FOSDEM video on RISC-V fosdem.org/2018/schedule/event

Got other interesting RISC-V links?

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So, what Debian image is need for shakti?

@cwebber
Can't find a port / version that would work with RISC-V thou :(

@notclacke @cwebber
I will certainly keep an eye on that!
I also hope that RISC-V will be avaible for consumers in the near future too

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