Sat Feb 02, 2019 6:45 pm
Den 2019-02-02 kl. 06:07, skrev gnuarm.deletethisbit_at_gmail.com:
On Friday, February 1, 2019 at 11:54:58 PM UTC-5, A.P.Richelieu wrote:
Den 2019-02-02 kl. 04:27, skrev gnuarm.deletethisbit_at_gmail.com:
Not much of a thread really. Some guy demanding that others here do his work for him while being a bit surly about questions he considers irrelevant.
I guess beggars can't be choosers. This conversation is still better than religious tirades. c.a.f is pretty light on topics these days.
I specify already in my first entry what I am looking for.
I also specify what I am not looking for.
And no, I am not asking anyone to do work for me.
I am asking people to share knowledge which they might have.
That is what Newsgroups are for.
You expect me to be pleased when anyone comes with a suggestion
which directly violates the small list of requirements,
and starts nagging, when I explain that things like the Zynq
has been rejected.
No one expects you to like anything. You just come across as rude. I'm not sure what you expected of this thread. If your tone had been a bit more pleasant and willing to discuss things rather than sounding very irritated, the thread would have been more interesting to read and participate in.
When someone offers a suggestion you don't like, it is perfectly acceptable to not respond at all rather than berate them. Like this one. Rather than come back with more rudeness, you could have just ignored the post. I suppose I am be a bit clueless, thinking that my post will have any impact. People on the Internet are what they are. Silly to expect them to be any different on such a limited medium.
BTW, you might try asking on comp.arch.embedded. Since the board you are looking for is as much CPU as FPGA their might be more knowledge of the available modules in that group.
I personally consider it rude to suggest the Zynq,
when I explicitly stated that this is not what I am looking for.
There are people that tried to give genuine answers,
and they are worth thanks, and respect.
People that keep on derailing the question less so.