Hey, So I've mined BTC, LTC, DOGE, etc using FPGA HW in the past (I'm an FPGA/Verilog developer by trade). I've only worked on a small scale as a hobby though and was/am not looking to productize anything. Just nerding out on cryptos. All the FPGA mining I've done so far has been SHA256 or Scrypt, but I'm curious if anyone is interested in cooperating on an X11 mining FPGA design. I'm quite comfortable with the Verilog code, a novice with the SW side, and a nube when it comes to the network side. Are there any other crypto-nerds out there that want to tinker? I have FPGA HW that I would be willing to share to facilitate cooperative development. Ideally I would find a SW-God that could abstract the existing DarkCoin C code to some register friendly psuedo-code and provide some dumps of nonces proceeding though each of the different stages and substages. I could do the target specific Verilog coding and validate simulations against the dumps. I assume we could do something similar to what the open source SHA256 and Scrypt FPGA guys do for interfacing to stratum/getwork. My current FPGA HW can support 100MH/s for SHA256 mining and (assuming that none of the X11 specific hashes aren't significantly more difficult, or require intensive memory like Scrypt) I would expect a similar hashrate for X11. If the 11 hashes can't fit into a single FPGA fully pipelined, the hashrate might half or quarter to make room for all the logic though. Just tossing it out there. What say ye?