I love FPGAs. To me, they're a fascinating, exotic computer architecture. To others, they're high-bandwidth video processors, high frequency trading engines, network coordinators, and ASIC prototype platforms. Some people just want to use FPGAs for their hobbies, because they're curious. This group is for all of you. We'll meet to talk about the things we're doing with FPGAs--the languages we're using, the systems we're building, how we manage design flows and complexity, and other things of interest to FPGA users.