Digital devices (or commonly "chips") are the basic building blocks of electronic systems. Such devices are for application-specific devices like a USB controller. But also programmable "System-on-Chip" are found in embedded systems. Both tastes of a chip are composed of basic building blocks, so called IP (Intellectual Property) cores. A "LibreCore" is such an IP core that is created and distributed in the open source spirit. And LibreCores.org is like a good neighborhood pub, a place to meet the community and —most importantly— find such cores.
We are heavily working on making LibreCores.org the community hub where you can attract the attention of like-minded developers to your LibreCore or find a fitting core for your project. While we are working on it, you are maybe working on a LibreCore or about to start one. To give you a quick start we have assembled some information about project handling and licensing:
Getting started with digital hardware design has never been easier. You can do it!
Our Community Hub collects a range of information for you to get started. Where to get answers? How to publish existing code? What are the restrictions of using code?