Am Di, 11.09.2007, 20:09, schrieb Chitlesh GOORAH:
> Hello there,
regarding the Qucs project there is loads of documentation as well
as public material you may looking for. Please see
as a starting point.
Since I guess you are not intended to read all this I give an overview
about what there is:
* tutorials how to use qucs
* the WorkBook containing most of the tutorials...
* reports about qucs
* the ReportBook
* links to third party documentation; not primarily provided by
the qucs team
* technical descriptions of the qucs software (very detailed)
* list of scientific publications
* build as well as install instructions for all kinds of platforms
and operating systems
I appreciate your promotional work about open source. Keep it up!
I hope this helps,
> I'm looking for promotional materials about qucs or any opensource EDA
> that I
> could use for my new project "Fedora Electronic Lab".
> Let me explain in more details:
> Some may know I was working on providing alliance and pharosc on the next
> Fedora 8 (for november).
> My initial objectives were the Introduction to Application-Specific
> Circuit (ASIC) Design Flow and the required tools available on the Fedora
> Collection for ASIC Design Flow (for Micro-Nano Electronic Engineering)
> at the same time ensuring interoperability between packages.
> After receiving some feedbacks from the fedora community, the objectives
> wider till a point that it was tagged with a name "Fedora Electronic Lab".
> Now the latter covers every package for electronic simulation available
> the fedora umbrella. Last week, "Fedora Electronic Lab" was approved to be
> _feature_ for Fedora 8.
> Fedora will be releasing customized livecd (and installable) only for
> this FEL. If fedora does, then alliance and qucs will be on the livecd !
> Unfortunately pharosc is too huge  to fit in the livecd but will be
> available via yum.
> some work has already been started:
> List of rpms installed on the livecd (693MB)
> A development release was made last week:
> We are looking forward to release another test release along Fedora8Test2
> Now, time has come to write documentations to show the world that :
> * there are open source tools for electronic engineering
> * there is an active and growing open source community (e.g this
> mailing list is a perfect example)
> * and the most important of all, real work can be achieved!
> I'm using fedora ambassadors to go to major linux events (linuxtags,
> linuxworldexpo...) and to talk about open source EDAs in order to
> spread the word around the world.
> Right now, I'm contacting every one from developers to users to tell
> me (the intention of this email) :
> * how they would market qucs or any opensource EDA they use
> * whether they already have slides they want to share
> * what are the products/projects you have accomplished and that you
> are proud of it
> * if you are using these tools in your company, tell me :) I may add
> the name of your company in my slides (IF you want) thus doing free
> publicity for you.
> * if you are using these tools in your university or education
> I'll be more than happy to hear from them.
> I'll be gathering these information from various open source projects
> and will try to merge all these into one big slide. Thus,
> * I can guide the fedora ambassadors so that they can spread the right
> word about these tools
> * any one can use this big slide for other presentations (not only
> people from fedora)
> any comment is welcome.
> pharosc noarch 8.3-1.fc7 installed 62
> pharosc-alliance noarch 8.3-1.fc7 installed 49
> pharosc-alliance-devel noarch 8.3-1.fc7 installed 1.1
> pharosc-doc noarch 8.3-1.fc7 installed 52
> pharosc-magic noarch 8.3-1.fc7 installed 156
> pharosc-magic-devel noarch 8.3-1.fc7 installed 123
> pharosc-synopsys noarch 8.3-1.fc7 installed 10
> pharosc-xcircuit noarch 8.3-1.fc7 installed 11
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