A compiler and cross-compiler for (Currently) Cobol (with Fortran being added later). It is intended to be the first self-hosted open-source Cobol Compiler, e.g. the compiler itself will be written using Cobol.
This will be an operating system
BirdOS is currently not open source anymore. But we may release Bird DOS open source, right here. Bird DOS should be another OS within the FeatherCode Operating Systems branch. This is for the future though, you can download current BirdOS releases (just not open source) via: https://github.com/FeatherCode/FeatherCode We hope to be more useful on this page, in the future. What happened to v0.10? It's been eaten by an eagle. Seriously though, it was a bad 'operating system' with bad code. We now have rewritten the code. To forget the problems and stupidity with v0.10, which was basically just a text-output OS, we have thrown it away. The project will continue, not open source and completely somewhere else. We're extremely sorry.
The latest releases can be found on the homepage.
A modular approach to building data collection and export devices.
Build your own sensor array and then display, export and store your results. Everything from weather stations to GPS hiking loggers with "extras" should eventually be possible for the amateur electronics enthusiast, whether using Microchip's PIC, Parallax Propeller, Atmel AVC / Arduino, Raspberry Pi or something bigger.