[Libre-soc-dev] Fwd: free services for your NGI Assure project 2021-08-071 Libre-SOC Cavatools: Power ISA Simulator

Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton lkcl at lkcl.net
Tue Feb 21 14:28:34 GMT 2023

this i think would have a couple of extremely useful things, esp. the
internet standardisation / support, and the community building

crowd-funded eco-conscious hardware: https://www.crowdsupply.com/eoma68

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From: Jos van den Oever <jos at nlnet.nl>
Date: Tue, Feb 21, 2023 at 2:24 PM
Subject: free services for your NGI Assure project 2021-08-071
Libre-SOC Cavatools: Power ISA Simulator
To: Luke Leighton <nlnet_3mdeb_cavatools at libre-soc.org>
Cc: <ngizero-review-coordinator at nlnet.nl>

Dear Luke Leighton,

As an NGI Assure grantee, you might qualify for a number of free
services that can improve your project. These services are funded by NGI
Zero Review. You can apply via this web form:


The services below are available to free and open source projects from NGI.

Service: Accessibility

- Accessibility best practices and tooling
- WCAG audit of project result

Who: HAN University of Applied sciences is the official auditor for the
Dutch government on accessibility. It is a globally renowned knowledge
institute on digital accessibility, and contributes to the Web Content
Accessibility Guidelines of W3C.

Service: Diversity and inclusion management

- Diversity and inclusion counselling

Who: Association for Progressive Communications (APC) is an
international network of organizations pioneering the use of ICT for
civil society across five continents, sometimes providing the first
internet connection in certain local areas.

Service: Community building and mentoring

- Best practices community building

Who: Center for the Cultivation of Technology (CCT) is a non-profit that
helps the open source community to organize (budget management, asset
stewardship, knowledge sharing).

Who: Petites Singularités is a non-profit that focuses on collective
practices on a community platform with more than 200 participants.

Service: Copyright and license due diligence

- Best practices copyrights & license compliance
- Assist creating SPDX headers

Who: Free Software Foundation Europe is is a charity that promotes and
support Free and Open Source software. They help projects to use clear
licensing via their https://software.reuse programme.

Service: Internationalisation, translation and localisation

- Localisation and internationalisation best practices

Who: Translate House develops and implements localization solutions. Its
focus is on building systems that help localizers translate efectively
and that help organizations get the best translation possible.

Service: Packaging

- Reproducible software packaging and support
- Package projects

Who: The Nixos Foundation is a non-profit organization headed by the
developers of Nix, a powerful vendor-agnostic package solution for
various Linux distributions, Mac OS X and other Unix systems. It
provides atomic upgrades and rollbacks, side-by-side installation etc.

Service: Security quickscan

- Quickscan project plan
- Security audit project results

Who: Radically Open Security is the world’s first non-profit computer
security company. The company does audit and provides clients
step-by-step descriptions how to run audits themselves, and releases all
developed tools as open source.

Service: Standardisation

- Best practices internet standardisation and support

Who: Tolerant Networks is a Trinity College Dublin campus company
focused on robust interoperable communications mechanisms for extreme
and unpredictable environments. It is involved with standards bodies
such as IESG, IETF, and RIPE.

These services are available upon request and with limited supplies
(first come, first serve) – we recommend you request support in the next
months. Please visit the NGI Zero Review site or send us a message if
you need something specific yourself.

Best regards,
on behalf of the NGI Zero Review team,
Jos van den Oever (+31658721112) & Ronny Lam (+31639766145)

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