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BrianHG:

--- Quote from: RoGeorge on September 18, 2021, 12:29:21 am ---Might be, but "BrianHG" appears 113 more times in the rest of the page, look:

Nobody can miss that.

--- End quote ---

Now that I checked, it also appears over 200 times throughout all the .sv source files.

RoGeorge:
Hehe, so what?  I hope you do not plan to change that.

Yes, I was teasing you a little, in a familiar way, because I know how it feels when giving vanity names, did that myself, look:
https://hackaday.io/project/7542-rogeorge-cell
 ;D

Just so you know, I appreciate very much that you wrote a DDR controller, and that you also open source it.  Thank you!

Mario87:
Went to order one of these just now (why not, its fairly cheap and if I bump the order up to $50 (£36) it's free delivery to the UK), no doubt have to pay 20% VAT + some kind of £10-£15 "handling fee", so probably cost in the region of £50-£60 delivered.

I can live with that, but when I go to order, even if I set my address as "Personal" the Arrow website demands a valid GB VAT ID which I don't have. So how do I order this to the UK? Just put in a random number?

Surely that won't go down well if they report it to HMRC (UK VAT) and HMRC just turn round and say "that number doesn't exist".

Anyone on here ordered from Arrow to the UK before? How do you get around this? This is my first order with them.

BrianHG:
Demo for V1.5 of my BrianHG_DDR3_Controller here: https://www.eevblog.com/forum/fpga/brianhg_ddr3_controller-open-source-ddr3-controller/msg3785711/#msg3785711

And on my Github page here: https://github.com/BrianHGinc/BrianHG-DDR3-Controller

mfro:

--- Quote from: SiliconWizard on September 17, 2021, 06:48:20 pm ---So again unless there is a *good* reason, forking is just disrespectful to the author and just tends to spread out contributions instead of aggregating them. Just my 2 cents.

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Nonsense, with all respect. Not disrespectful at all - rather the opposite: it shows the author there is serious interest in his work.

A fork is git's way of generating a personal copy to play with (that probably tells you I have forked Brian's repository as well). It's even more transparent to the original author than an anonymous personal copy from a simple download as (if wanted) he can follow closely what happens with his work.

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