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i was wondering if there are any good sites who encourage open source in the fpga world using code in verilog or vhdl?

since the open source community is very powerful and all the big firms contribute to it with great modules in software, is there any similarity in RTL codes?

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closed as not constructive by Leon Heller, Kevin Vermeer Dec 30 '11 at 20:32

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This question is too open-ended. There are dozens of sites with open source projects, and "good" is subjective. Also, you've repeatedly asked questions without properly capitalizing anything. Finally, please don't cross-post. – Kevin Vermeer Dec 30 '11 at 21:14
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Open Cores has a collection of open source Verilog/VHDL cores.

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