link/tutorial repository suggestion

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link/tutorial repository suggestion

Postby seeker » Thu Jan 04, 2007 5:39 pm

Jean, everyone,

I think FPGA4Fun [which is an amazing site, as we all know] should have a prominent link/section for submitting worthwhile websites and PDFs. There are TONS of PDF tutorials out there, but they can be pretty hard to find [sticking to the .edu domain can help]. I stumbled upon a really great site from MiT. It's the course site for their 6.111 "Introductory Digital Systems Laboratory" and is absolutely worth linking to.

Of particular interest to me was the guide for adding block ram with coregen.

Having a user updatable section [maybe Wiki-like] is likely the best bet for having a lot of content and hopefully good for organization [as anyone can change things]

what say thee?
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Postby fpga4fun » Thu Jan 04, 2007 7:48 pm

Sounds like a good idea. Let's use the forum for now. If anyone has good links, they can post them here.
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