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Jon 'maddog' Hall maddog at
Tue Apr 13 15:00:07 CEST 2010

>What I'd aim for are "mature" chips. They're not brand-new, their
>quirks and shortcomings are known, documentation may have leaked,
>someone may even have written drivers for them already, you can
>get them in small and large quantities, they still have many years
>of life in them, and you can already get a glimpse of the roadmap
>beyond that chip.

I might agree to "early maturity", but in this day electronics age fast,
and the chip has to be both "early mature" and popular to keep in


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