MIPS joins RISC-V
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It appears MIPS has become a member of RISC-V: https://tuxphones.com/mips-joins-risc-v-...-standard/

I would really recommend checking out MIPS, these processors can be found in the wild in lots of random low-power devices, including WiFi routers.

MIPS could become *very* interesting if they start adding ASEs (application specific extensions) to their 64 bit RISC processors: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MIPS_architecture

For example an MCU (great for getting Linux running), SIMD, virtualization, multi-threading and 3D graphics. As it becomes a member of RISC-V, in theory these features will be open, allowing for rock solid kernel development rather than some reverse engineering effort.
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