Open source community could drop support for Russian processors

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OpenBLAS community considers dropping support for Russia's Elbrus processors
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OpenBLAS community considers dropping support for Russia's Elbrus processors

Users discussing the issue on GitHub seem split between ethics and the paradigm of open source

The creators of the widely used OpenBLAS (Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms) library are considering removing code optimisations for Russian-made Elbrus E2000 processors, on the grounds that they wi...

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