Ummm, yes. Imagine watching paint dry.... well it would be quicker than this project!
I have several new designs that are in the "output" stage (making Gerbers and documentation, readme files etc).
uDSP is now on GitHub. It is not tested yet, so why do I put it online? Well the files are "released" and nothing I release has any warranty so it is a convenient place to keep track of released files. If you don't have some method for tracking revisions it can get messy very quickly. I was trying to use BitBucket with private repositories, but running two Git systems is also messy.
Oh and what is uDSP? Well it's a 5cm x 5cm version of the other DSP board I have released. Same hardware, all DSP connections available (minus the thermal diode, although that is on test points).
Why? Not sure, but it seemed like a good idea. Not designed to work with ribbon cables, thinking of more of a stack of boards. Like many other popular hobby boards. I shall order some soon to play with.
Only possible issues, I have used the regulator built into the DSP and cannot work out if being held in reset disables the regulator. The reset circuit works off this regulator, so if the regulator doesn't work in reset then the reset circuit won't work.... Gives me a headache thinking about it.
An electronics engineer and a long term electronics hobbyist. I like tinkering with stuff and making things.