The broad vision is to have a complete development environment available on RISC-V better than what we have today on x86, x86_64, and ARM. My goal is to encourage the handmade community to support and develop on a RISC-V platform. To accomplish this, we will first explore the existing ecosystem to see what tooling already exists that we can use. Secondly, we will create a linux distro to cater specifically to the needs of the handmade community on risc-v. After this, we will replace any components that we don't want to use, or are unable to use on the platform. We will then develop a small systems programming language, and build tooling around it such as a compiler, debugger, profiler, etc. We may also build tools for C programming if we find what currently exists to be lacking. Only time will tell exactly what projects we end up tackling on the series!