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  1. Hello, some people might already know The PoC-Library. It's a collection of over 120 free and open source IP cores, that are platform independent. The IP core work on Altera, Intel, Lattice and Xilinx FPGAs of any device family. The core are describe in platform independent, generic VHDL code. If vendor primitives are required or better implementations can be achieved, a configuration mechanism will select a suitable implementation. PoC has gotten a first simple set of new I/O controllers abstracting Digilent's Pmods. These are located here: https://github.com/VLSI-EDA/PoC/tree/master/src/io/pmod I might wonder if users in this forum or Digilent itself would be interested to add more Pmod abstraction layers for modules like the temperature sensor, OLED displays, ... I'm going to release a set of basic I/O controllers for I²C, OW and SPI soon. These can then be used as a communication base for higher level protocol implementations to the Pmods. If one is interested or has questions, please let me know. You can contact me e.g. via Gitter: https://gitter.im/Paebbels Kind regards Patrick Lehmann