|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Qmk_firmware||15,924||17 hours ago||229||April 25, 2021||643||gpl-2.0||C|
|Open-source keyboard firmware for Atmel AVR and Arm USB families|
|Zmk||1,874||a day ago||429||mit||C|
|ZMK Firmware Repository|
|Redox Keyboard||1,536||2 months ago||25||mit|
|Ergonomic split mechanical keyboard|
|Soflekeyboard||1,445||21 days ago||43||other|
|A split keyboard based on Lily58, Crkbd and Helix keyboards|
|Sweep||1,126||a month ago||2||other|
|Sweep - a small promicro based keyboard inspired by the Ferris.|
|Kmk_firmware||1,069||2 days ago||72||other||Python|
|Clackety Keyboards Powered by Python|
|Keyberon||856||1||2 months ago||4||July 16, 2022||24||mit||Rust|
|A rust crate to create a pure rust keyboard firmware.|
|Controller||803||8 months ago||149||gpl-3.0||C|
|Kaleidoscope||702||a month ago||183||gpl-3.0||C++|
|Firmware for Keyboardio keyboards and other keyboards with AVR or ARM MCUs.|
|Djinn||663||a year ago||gpl-3.0||HTML|
|Djinn Split Keyboard|
A rust crate to create a pure rust keyboard firmware.
It is exposed as a library giving you the different building blocks to create a featureful keyboard firmware. As the different functionality are interconected by the user of the crate, you can use only the parts you are interested in or easily insert your own code in between.
The first project using this firmware is Keyberon grid, a handwired keyboard with a grid of keys. It is based on the blue pill, a cheap development board based on a STM32F103 MCU.
TssT16's 4x12 keyboard (blue pill based):
gilescope's 4x12 keyboard (keyberon grid, blue pill based):
KeySeeBee, a split ergo keyboard (STM32F072 based).
Arisu handwired using STM32F401.
The supported features are:
To find new, findable and memorable project names, some persons in the rust community try to mix the name of a city with some keyword related to the project. For example, you have the Tokio project that derive its name from the Japanese capital Tokyo and IO for Input Output, the main subject of this project.
So, I have to find such a name. In the mechanical keyboard community, "keeb" is slang for keyboard. Thus, I searched for a city with the sound [kib], preferably in France as it is the country of origin of the project. I found Quiberon, and thus I named the project Keyberon.