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2020/03/23

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23:56
Bertl_oO
off to bed now ... have a good one everyone!
23:57
Bertl_oO
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BAndiT1983|away
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09:06
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09:07
Wanderer_99
Can we implement the first T871 VHDL challenge using verilog? (VHDL is mentioned in the website)
09:13
BAndiT1983
hi Wanderer_99, VHDL is more preferable, as it's the main language for apertus° FPGA development, but Bertl can give you more precise answer
09:14
BAndiT1983
his response from 08.03.2017 -> " no problem with that ... note that all our designs so far are in VHDL, but verilog is not a problem per se, you just have to figure out how to make it work in a mixed design"
09:14
BAndiT1983
http://irc.apertus.org/index.php?day=08&month=03&year=2017
09:14
BAndiT1983
try this google search, if there was later answer from him for the verilog topic -> verilog site:irc.apertus.org
09:15
BAndiT1983
11:24Bertl for the challenge task, which is VHDL, you definitely need to use VHDL
09:15
BAndiT1983
http://irc.apertus.org/index.php?day=04&month=03&year=2019
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09:22
Wanderer_99
BAndiT1983 Thank you, that was helpful
09:39
preetimenghwani[
sent a long message: < https://matrix.org/_matrix/media/r0/download/matrix.org/BqeoPxNNsgoloAJDScIpChmg >
10:04
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10:06
Bertl_zZ
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10:06
Bertl
morning folks!
10:07
BAndiT1983
hi
10:07
Bertl
preetimenghwani[: please try to avoid long messages when you are using the matrix interface as they won't be logged properly in the channel log making it harder for others to follow
10:08
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10:08
pratyush
Morning :)
10:08
Bertl
Wanderer_99: in case the information BAndiT1983 dug out for you was not clear: the VHDL challenge, as the name says, requires you to use VHDL :)
10:13
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10:20
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10:43
pratyush
Bertl : I have done the formatting
10:44
Bertl
so I should check again?
10:45
pratyush
Bertl : Apart from that I am really sorry for the pains you took for my code
10:46
Bertl
line 32 is your first real formatting issue, although I consider the formatting in lines 18-25 'extreme'
10:46
pratyush
yes please https://github.com/gr8geek/apertus-challenge/blob/master/characterdevice/chardvr.c
10:51
BAndiT1983
first line is already an issue
10:51
BAndiT1983
chrdev_init() is in my opinion too long for a function
10:57
pratyush
Bertl : What IDE do professional kernel developers prefer
10:57
BAndiT1983
VIM aor emacs
10:57
BAndiT1983
*or
10:57
BAndiT1983
and Bertl will probably say VI ;)
10:58
Bertl
doesn't really matter as long as the result adheres to the kernel coding style
10:58
Bertl
and yes, my IDE of choice is VIM
10:59
pratyush
I use sublime :)
10:59
pratyush
Now I shall also use VIM
10:59
BAndiT1983
nah, not geek enough
10:59
BAndiT1983
are you sure you will learn VIM that quick?
10:59
BAndiT1983
it requires some time to get used to it
11:00
Bertl
I'd say there is enough time ...
11:00
BAndiT1983
one should use the editor he/she is comfortable with
11:01
BAndiT1983
not because it's "cool", e.g. for me it's easier to use vscode, as i have already my setup there
11:01
Bertl
how good is it at handling the kernel style?
11:02
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11:02
BAndiT1983
if i add the right formatting for clang-format or prettier or whichever tool is there, then it would do same stuff like everywhere
11:02
max_bxl
hello everyone!
11:02
BAndiT1983
just a matter of settings
11:02
BAndiT1983
hi max_bxl
11:03
BAndiT1983
same can be done in sublime, atom.io etc.
11:04
bluez_[m]
> Now I shall also use VIM
11:04
bluez_[m]
A word of caution pratyush, once you get comfortable with vim, it will probably stick to you for the rest of you life....for good ;)
11:05
Bertl
is that bad? :)
11:05
pratyush
Gvim is a bit better
11:07
ashok_singh[m]
hello everyone!!!
11:07
bluez_[m]
@Bertl Thats why i said for good ;)
11:07
ashok_singh[m]
Bertl: In Firmware ASCII based line protocol is currently envisioned, is this how we will be commanding beta? I discussed this with bandit too but he feels this topic needs discussion with others as there have been many additions in beta.
11:08
bluez_[m]
> Gvim is a bit better
11:08
bluez_[m]
Its the same, just graphical....but i personally prefer the vanilla
11:08
BAndiT1983
bluez_[m]: just wait until you enter the world of work, companies are rather different on the topic of tools and environment
11:10
Bertl
if you work at a place where the company dictates what tools you have to use (against your will), it's probably time to consider a change in employment
11:10
bluez_[m]
BAndiT1983 that could be true... but I guess the thing that really sticks is the vim bindings... you can get those in many ide's these days...
11:10
BAndiT1983
don't think so, that i will jump around, third company and the IT dictates it always, windows like always, macbook was just lucky case
11:11
BAndiT1983
best thing is when people approach me and ask what makes the noise at my table, they can't imagine that a macbook also has fans (!!) and it can get loud, my impression is, that people do not use macbooks for work properly
11:12
Bertl
well, all the years of employment, I've never had a company forcing me to use this or that tool or operating system
11:12
Bertl
(and that was quite some time ago :)
11:12
Bertl
so it probably depends on what company you pick ...
11:13
BAndiT1983
would've liked to take linux PC, but they haven frozen the plans, so next step is win10 or mac (if the will keep the environment)
11:13
BAndiT1983
had different companies, always win, starting with XP and now still at 7
11:13
BAndiT1983
so i have to know many tools, between linux, windows and mac
11:13
Bertl
isn't 7 completely obsolete/unsupported by now?
11:14
BAndiT1983
yep, but companies can extend the period by paying or finally switching, which takes time when companies have just played the waiting game
11:14
bluez_[m]
Bdw Bertl , do you have any auto completion or linting setup for vim to do driver development? I used to use YouCompleteMe but it does not recognize the linux headers... i did set a path to the kernel source but no luck :(
11:15
pratyush
bluez_[m] same here
11:16
preetimenghwani[
Bertl: I am really sorry will take care.Could you please verify that you want similar signals in simulation of Serdes.
11:16
preetimenghwani[
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IRcGCabCMuF6Yf6UC6JikYP8wWFLqOxY/view?usp=drivesdk
11:17
Bertl
bluez_[m]: for kernel development I'm using cscope and ctags
11:17
pratyush
Fixed the formatting issue
11:18
pratyush
Shall we proceed for code testing?
11:18
Bertl
preetimenghwani[: what exactly am I seeing there?
11:19
Bertl
pratyush: still lots of formatting errors to fix
11:19
BAndiT1983
matrix screensaver ;)
11:19
bluez_[m]
Bertyl: I do use ctags...but not cscope iirc... i did find an article mentioning these two are good for kernel dev.... will set them up then... thanks!!
11:20
Bertl
pratyush: line 29/30 for example, line 53, etc
11:21
Bertl
bluez_[m]: cscope is especially helpful if you are navigating the kernel
11:22
bluez_[m]
Bertl: you mean that ctrl+] thing that jumps to the definition??
11:24
Bertl
yes, and generating the definitions for that
11:25
bluez_[m]
> yes, and generating the definitions for that
11:25
bluez_[m]
Oh then I already have that :)
11:25
bluez_[m]
But what about linting though? And autocomplete??
11:25
preetimenghwani[
Data_in is the input data to the serializer
11:25
preetimenghwani[
Data_out the the output data from deseializer. Depth select is used to select
11:25
preetimenghwani[
Whether its 8b,10b or 12b SERDES here it is 12b.
11:28
preetimenghwani[
Ready signal is assigned '1' when bitslip is adjusted.
11:28
preetimenghwani[
Here it is operating at 300Mhz frequency
11:30
Bertl
okay, looks good, got a testbench for that?
11:30
Bertl
also, link to the code?
11:31
Bertl
bluez_[m]: ctags can do autocompletion although I use it seldom
11:31
Bertl
bluez_[m]: and what do you need linting for? :)
11:32
preetimenghwani[
The code needs a bit formatting will send you the link in sometime :)
11:33
ashok_singh[m]
> Bertl: In Firmware ASCII based line protocol is currently envisioned, is this how we will be commanding beta? I discussed this with bandit too but he feels this topic needs discussion with others as there have been many additions in beta.
11:33
ashok_singh[m]
Bertl, I think probably my msg has been missed ð
11:34
Bertl
ashok_singh[m]: what firmware, what communication?
11:36
preetimenghwani[
Bertl: I wanted to ask what is the priority of projects for Apertus?
11:36
ashok_singh[m]
ahh.. sry for not elaborating.
11:36
ashok_singh[m]
actually I am taking about subtask where AXIOM Remote firmware needs to control Axiom Beta camera.
11:38
bluez_[m]
> bluez_: ctags can do autocompletion although I use it seldom
11:38
bluez_[m]
Ohh...cool...I'll check it out...maybe I have some things to configure
11:39
Bertl
preetimenghwani[: in general or are you referring to the GSoC 2020 tasks?
11:39
bluez_[m]
> bluez_: and what do you need linting for? :)
11:39
bluez_[m]
Just a luxury... no big deal :)
11:39
Bertl
ashok_singh[m]: ah, yes, well, we haven't decided how the physical layer will look like, so it should be something which can be handled by RS232, USB, ethernet, etc
11:40
preetimenghwani[
GSoC 2020 tasks
11:40
Bertl
ashok_singh[m]: which kind of suggests to go with an ASCII based protocol and simple commands
11:41
Bertl
ashok_singh[m]: T731, T1130 and T1131 are rather high priority on the FPGA side
11:42
Bertl
*preetimenghwani
11:42
pratyush
Bertl : did the fixing
11:42
pratyush
Bertl : Are there more kernel related task on which we could work on gsoc?
11:44
ashok_singh[m]
> ashok_singh: ah, yes, well, we haven't decided how the physical layer will look like, so it should be something which can be handled by RS232, USB, ethernet, etc
11:44
Bertl
pratyush: currently no, but there might be some in the future
11:45
Bertl
and no, it is not fixed
11:45
ashok_singh[m]
so is it something which will be implemented bebore gsoc period or is expected to be part of the subtask only?
11:46
ashok_singh[m]
> ashok_singh: ah, yes, well, we haven't decided how the physical....
11:46
ashok_singh[m]
srry for this :ð
11:47
preetimenghwani[
Bertl Oh thats great!
11:47
preetimenghwani[
I read MachXO2 documentation for T731. It would be really helpful if you can explain the task in bit more detail.
11:50
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11:54
Bertl
preetimenghwani[: I think I did a few days ago on the IRC channel, please check the logs and see if you can find that
11:55
Bertl
(note that there should also be a wealth of information in the logs when you search for MachXO2 and/or Routing Fabric
11:55
BAndiT1983
preetimenghwani[: see search parameter in the logs today
12:06
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12:09
pratyush
Bertl: formatting done :)
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12:12
pratyush
for linux kernel coding style the maximim line limit it 80 characters
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12:47
preetimenghwani[
Bertl: I found some information related to MachXO2 in your discussion about T729 but sorry i couldn't find details of T731.
13:09
omar31
preetimenghwani[: I think you can find useful information here: http://irc.apertus.org/index.php?day=04&month=04&year=2019
13:18
preetimenghwani[
omar31: thanks!
15:11
BAndiT1983
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15:12
supragyaraj
Hello there!
15:14
metal_dent[m]
hey supragyaraj !
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15:50
ashok_singh[m]
Hello supragyaraj !!!
15:50
supragyaraj
HI
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15:57
se6ast1an
meeting in 3 minutes
16:01
se6ast1an
MEETING TIME!
16:01
se6ast1an
who is present?
16:01
Bertl
is present
16:03
RexOrMatrix[m]
Aye
16:03
se6ast1an
good good
16:03
se6ast1an
any news to report rex?
16:04
RexOrMatrix[m]
Usual promo and image work. Waiting for text.
16:05
metal_dent[m]
> is also present
16:05
se6ast1an
waiting for what text?
16:06
RexOrMatrix[m]
Power Board Wiki page needs updated.
16:06
se6ast1an
and who is going to supply this text?
16:07
RexOrMatrix[m]
.... Well... That's the question.
16:08
se6ast1an
ok, anything else to share/discuss?
16:09
RexOrMatrix[m]
That's it from my side. Thanks.
16:09
se6ast1an
great, thanks
16:09
se6ast1an
Bertl: you wanna go next?
16:09
Bertl
sure, why not
16:10
Bertl
Spent most of the time last week with GSoC related stuff and PCB rework
16:10
max_bxl
present!
16:11
Bertl
Got the ABCP PB firmware to a state that it should be useable but still need to populate one of the new boards
16:12
Bertl
The question which board would be the best choice led me back to the automated PCB probing project we started planning some time ago (with not too much progress)
16:13
Bertl
So I decided to see what I can do in this regard and adapted a 3D printer for this purpose ... the basic tests look quite promising, precision is sufficient only thing left there is to write the software to do the actual probing based on the board information
16:14
Bertl
Should have something to show next week in this regard.
16:14
BAndiT1983
do you need assistance there?
16:15
Bertl
Wouldn't hurt, but it is rather specific
16:15
BAndiT1983
that's not a problem, you can place tasks in lab for anything you think would accelerate your work
16:16
Bertl
On the china PCB fabrication side we managed to get a table with the essential data (not everything, but it's progressing) to calculate impedances
16:17
Bertl
And on the panel front we are currently collecting the panel sizes which are the basis for designing proper panel layouts for our boards
16:17
vup
is present
16:17
Bertl
I also did some long overdue hardware and software maintainance ...
16:18
Bertl
Guess that's it from my side for this week.
16:19
se6ast1an
what kind of maintenance ?
16:19
Bertl
replacing the cooling system on my workstation, checking the Z-Boxes for GSoC/Remote Beta stuff
16:20
se6ast1an
ah, right
16:20
se6ast1an
thanks!
16:20
se6ast1an
max_bxl: anything to report?
16:20
max_bxl
yep
16:20
max_bxl
berto_bxl and I
16:21
max_bxl
installed his Beta in order to continue our weekly meetings despite the lockdown
16:22
max_bxl
so we keep on working with it "remotely" and we are now doing a small time-lapse that you'll be able to see later in the night !
16:22
max_bxl
we went through RCN and darkframe calibration with firmware 2.0
16:23
max_bxl
which leads to make a new wiki page https://wiki.apertus.org/index.php/Factory_Calibration_(firmware_2.0)
16:23
max_bxl
and find an issue with pypng that is recorded in phabricator
16:23
max_bxl
https://lab.apertus.org/T1167
16:24
max_bxl
it's about it
16:24
se6ast1an
great, thanks!
16:24
RexOrMatrix[m]
Can we host this time-lapse on the Wiki please?
16:24
se6ast1an
how do you mean "host", rex?
16:24
max_bxl
yes, on the Ambrosia page
16:25
RexOrMatrix[m]
(Link to it from there I mean)
16:25
se6ast1an
sure
16:25
max_bxl
will have to find where to store it actually, because it'll be around 4GB
16:25
Bertl
That's basically nothing :)
16:25
se6ast1an
max_bxl: are you willing to also link to the stop motion animation from the wikipage?
16:26
max_bxl
yes and no, since the RCN and darframe caibs weren't done
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16:26
max_bxl
but I can link them and specify this issue
16:26
se6ast1an
and I have already set up anextcloud account for you so that would be an option for the storage
16:26
se6ast1an
or did I?
16:27
max_bxl
yep
16:27
se6ast1an
great
16:27
RexOrMatrix[m]
What I'm concerned about is if it's listed on the Wiki and at some point down the line there's some changes to where it's stored it then becomes a dead link. So, if we store it somewhere secure possibly.
16:27
max_bxl
hopefully tonight, maybe tomorrow, it'll be available online and linked in the wiki
16:28
se6ast1an
sounds good
16:28
se6ast1an
let us know
16:28
se6ast1an
metal_dent[m]: do you also want to report your progress?
16:28
max_bxl
RexOrMatrix[m]: I'll put my email address in case the link is dead and people want to access the image, or something like that
16:29
max_bxl
*imagers
16:29
max_bxl
*images
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16:30
metal_dent[m]
sure, I've completed my qualification task for gsoc and have submitted the draft proposal on bootloader improvement which BAndiT1983 , Bertl and supragya have reviewed.
16:30
metal_dent[m]
I'm currently working on the improvements
16:30
se6ast1an
sounds good!
16:31
RexOrMatrix[m]
max_bxl Nah, risk is unnecessary. I'll keep an eye on the links there periodically I guess.
16:31
metal_dent[m]
thank you!
16:32
Bertl
which is probably a good time to mention that we will do the weekly reports during GSoC, so everybody gets an idea what the current status is
16:32
Bertl
where potential problems are and what might help to improve the performance of our students
16:33
metal_dent[m]
of course! like in the weekly meetings or a separate gsoc meeting?
16:33
BAndiT1983
this meeting is also a gsoc meeting usually
16:34
Bertl
we will see how intense the meetings will be ... preferably one meeting if we can handle/coordinate it
16:35
BAndiT1983
for statuses it would be enough, separate meetings for detailed discussions
16:36
metal_dent[m]
alright
16:37
se6ast1an
vup you also have some progress to report I think
16:37
vup
yeah, so
16:37
vup
1. Finally found a direct hdmi monitor (benq bl2305)
16:37
vup
tried all of
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vup
- normal hdmi live feed
16:37
vup
- mimg with testpattern
16:37
vup
- dual_hdmi bitstream
16:37
vup
for the beta and all worked, aswell as the dual_hdmi bitstream for the micro, and that worked glitchfree aswell
16:37
vup
also tried vivado 2019.2, didn't seem to make a difference (but couldn't try on my original monitor as I am currently not at home)
16:37
vup
That means we can probably mark the current approach to the lvds pairs to the plugin modules as working and continue using that for revision 3 of the micro (hdmi being untested was one of the big blockers to continuing the work the revision 3)
16:37
vup
2. Continued working on improving the control daemon, specifically started working on a test suite to make future changes easier, hopefully the reworked control daemon with a new API should be ready soon and we can start moving more functionality to it (like handling the remote and starting to convert the various init scripts)
16:38
vup
3. as anuejn and me are now pretty convinced that hdmi is working on revision 2 of the micro we started working on revision 3
16:39
vup
I think we have most of the general changes / features pinned down and are now working on fleshing out the details
16:39
vup
notable features of revision 3 (that are currently planned, they might change in the future) are:
16:39
vup
swappable image sensors
16:40
Bertl
hot swapable? *G*
16:41
vup
a ecp5 as routing fpga, that has 5G transceivers that could (and are planned) to be used to implement usb 3.1 data transfer
16:41
Bertl
nice
16:42
Bertl
would it make sense to prototype that as a plugin module?
16:42
vup
also currently we are planning to make reduced functionality (like no plugin modules) available without the zturn lite (the zynq fpga board) connected, so that the micro can be used like a usb 3 webcam
16:43
Bertl
(the USB 3.1 part I mean)
16:43
vup
Bertl: possibly
16:44
vup
ok thats it from me I think, any questions?
16:44
se6ast1an
great, thanks
16:44
se6ast1an
I will document the planned changes on the wiki
16:45
se6ast1an
https://wiki.apertus.org/index.php/AXIOM_Micro#Features
16:45
se6ast1an
already done
16:45
vup
great
16:46
se6ast1an
ECP5 Plugin module would indeed be very interesting for the Beta as the FTDI FT600 future looks rather bad from what Bertl reported recently
16:46
Bertl
yep, might also be a good alternative to the planned FX3
16:47
vup
yeah thought about prototyping the plugin module with the micro, but maybe doing it the other way around is also a good idea :)
16:47
Bertl
so I would be inclined to design and prototype a plugin for the ECP5 if you take care of the gateware side and testing :)
16:47
se6ast1an
is there already a demo/open USB3 implementation available on the ECP5 ?
16:48
vup
yes, we are planning to make use of https://github.com/enjoy-digital/usb3_pipe
16:49
se6ast1an
great, did you chat about it with _florent_ already?
16:49
vup
nope
16:49
vup
but we most certainly will
16:49
se6ast1an
great
16:49
se6ast1an
thanks for the update, anything else vup?
16:50
vup
nope, I think thats it
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16:50
se6ast1an
anyone else who wants to report or share something?
16:50
BAndiT1983
maybe me, nothing big
16:50
se6ast1an
pelase go ahead
16:51
BAndiT1983
mostly done preparations for gsoc, like straightening out the firmware code and plans for bootloader
16:52
BAndiT1983
another idea i've played with, was PCB rendering as previsualisation or photo replacement, for crisp images and still checking out kicad, kicad stepup which is extension for freecad, to load up kicad 3d pcb data and blender, but they all use different formats
16:52
se6ast1an
did you email simon already about it?
16:53
BAndiT1983
so thinking about how to simplify process and be able to replace models of resistors, capacitors etc. with more optimized ones, as available models have too high poly count, maybe because of CAD conversion
16:53
BAndiT1983
yes, Rex did, but no response yet, he emailed in fact to 2 email addresses of him
16:53
BAndiT1983
am more focussed on firmware at the moment and only reflecting on PCB stuff
16:53
BAndiT1983
that'S it
16:56
se6ast1an
great, thanks
16:56
se6ast1an
quick updates from me:
16:56
se6ast1an
Google season of docs goes into its second round soon
16:56
se6ast1an
https://developers.google.com/season-of-docs
16:56
se6ast1an
we should consider particiapting
16:56
BAndiT1983
have they raised slot number?
16:56
BAndiT1983
last time there were only few
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se6ast1an
I am sure they will accept more orgs this year so we have a good chance to get in hopefully
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Bertl
I'm in
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se6ast1an
great, lets discuss it and prepare the application soon then
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se6ast1an
quick look at the gsoc timeline
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se6ast1an
official applications opened last week
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se6ast1an
deadline March 31 18:00 UTC
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se6ast1an
my recent progress, mostly doing CAD improvements and new parts for the AXIOM Beta compact enclosure
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se6ast1an
https://cloud.apertus.org/index.php/apps/gallery/s/LqkCfTLRJYd9wFB#PCB%20Holding%20Bracket
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se6ast1an
https://cloud.apertus.org/index.php/apps/gallery/s/LqkCfTLRJYd9wFB#Nato%20Rail%20Concept
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se6ast1an
manfred currently has the CP prototype for disassembly/assembly review
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se6ast1an
so small changes/improvements based on his feedback soon maybe
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BAndiT1983
CP?
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se6ast1an
AXIOM Beta Compact = AXIOM Beta CP or ABCP
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BAndiT1983
ah
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se6ast1an
thats it from me
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se6ast1an
anyone else? otherwise meeting concluded, great that so many people attended today!
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se6ast1an
thank you all for being here and pushing things forward!
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max_bxl
thank you se6ast1an for organizing the meetings !
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se6ast1an
my pleasure!
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max_bxl
quick question regarding dcnuframe-x1.pgm and darkframe-x1.pgm
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max_bxl
they just need to be in the directory from where I run raw2dng right ?
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max_bxl
is there a way to specify where they are ?
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max_bxl
(ie indicating a path and not copy/paste them in the working directory)
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Bertl
no idea but you could always use a symlink?
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max_bxl
will try
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max_bxl
I see no difference (zoom 200%) between the DNG made with the dcnuframe-x1.pgm and darkframe-x1.pgm and the one without...
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se6ast1an
max_bxl: does the raw2dng process say that the darkframe was used?
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se6ast1an
do you still see no difference if you increase contrast drastically in the raw development suite
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max_bxl
se6ast1an: raw2dng says nothing, will try the "high contrast" test
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max_bxl
looks exactly the same...
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max_bxl
by the way, you can have a look at the output here : https://cloud.apertus.org/index.php/s/tteXjjYTN8Czt3D
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max_bxl
(with a nice 2sec video file !)
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max_bxl
how to know if raw2dng used dcnuframe-x1.pgm and darkframe-x1.pgm ?
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Bertl
off for now ... bbl
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max_bxl
AFK for now, bye!
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se6ast1an
max_bxl: I thought raw2dng writes what it does and lists what it uses or cant find
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se6ast1an
2 seconds of video looks good!
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se6ast1an
off to bed
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se6ast1an
good night
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preetimenghwani[
Good night!
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max_bxl
off to bed, bye everyone_
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