"The 9th of July, 2018, ARM launched a FUD campaign against FLOSS and RISC-V disguised as “facts”. This is a demonstration of the open source community responding to ARM’s lies:"
Rebuttal grounded in truth:
@Maltimore @ddipaola @schestowitz ARMs riscv-basics.com campaign has been taken down yesterday. Very confusing. According to theregister.co.uk it was genuine:
The main info graphic is also hosted here. This is kind of a proof that ARM was behind it: https://www.arm.com/-/media/global/company/arm-risc-v-infographic.png
riscv-basics.com now lives here: https://web.archive.org/web/20180708231736/https://riscv-basics.com/
Student of Computer Science at Cal Berkeley. Committed to promoting the interests of libre software. Spiritual neckbeard.
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