The initial development of the MFM simulator was supported by Google through a Google Faculty Research Award.
Additional financial (and moral) support has been provided by Jeff Van Dyke and VanDyke Software.
How to contribute
If you get robust-first computing and would like to help, there are many ways to contribute. Here are some:
For everybody: Share the ideas, share the videos, share your enthusiasm!
For Linux users: Play with the software! Share your finds!
For C++ programmers: Develop new elements!
For talented UNM CS undergrads: Consider an honors thesis in robust-first computing!
For talented UNM CS grads: Although there is currently no additional RA funding available, other interactions such as an independent study may be possible.
For open-source hardware people: We need your help for the next-generation tile design project! Contact Dave!
For potential funders and patrons: There are many projects that need your support! Contact Dave!