Originally Posted by Kitty
people who know how to program with FPGA correctly could improve the core without the help of the originally developers. There are other Minimig owners who have already made there own firmware with improvments.
The original developer has not produced any updates since it was first released. The only two active coders (who are improving the core) started out as just MiniMig owners. But there has not been a rush / influx of developers.
The lacks of alternative cores for the v1.1 MiniMig PCB is testament to this. The cores are there, they are easy to port, they just need a lot of hard work on the PIC side of things.
Just shows how dedicated the original developer was to learn all the skills he needed to produce the original. It must have taken weeks to write the PIC code alone.