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MOSSCHaRC Modular, Open-Source, Scalable, Classicly Hackable, and Reconfigurable Computer If you're a hardware hacker or a DIYer, you've probably noticed it. Arduino, Beagle, Rasberry Pi and other open source boards are becoming full-fledged computers. But, to be able to stack up to conventional computers, they need: "More power! grunt" –Tim Taylor Building such a computer needs to be easy to build and modify at a very basic level, like Arduino, highly scalable and compatible, like no other. That's why this project exists: To create a connections framework for creating any kind of computer: Nainite Fleet, Claytronics, UltraBook, DVR, NAS, Cell Phone, Gaming Computer, Mining Rig, Server, Supercomputer, you-name-it. Modular - able to use an array of Intel 8080 CPU modules with a Nvidia Tesla GPGPU module; also come in fungible modules Open Source - GPLv3 and TAPR OHL Scalable - as big or as small as current manufacturing will allow Classicly Hackable - able to (manually) hijack and modify the framework for what ever purpose Reconfigurable - Able to physically rearrange the modules into any form, even while they're running Computer - As in Nerds Copyright Jeremiah Gaertner 2013 email@example.com This file is part of MOSSCHaRC. This project, and thus this file, are released under the terms of the GPLv3 and TAPR OHL as appropriate. MOSSCHaRC is free software and hardware: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 3 as published by the Free Software Foundation and under the terms of the TAPR Open Hardware License as published by the Tucson Amateur Packet Radio Corp. MOSSCHaRC is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License and TAPR Open Hardware License for more details. You should have received a copy of both the GNU General Public License and the TAPR Open Hardware License along with MOSSCHaRC. If not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/ and http://www.tapr.org/OHL, respectively.
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