I am unsure as to whether or not this is the right place to ask this kind of question, but have been unable to find a better resource. Sorry if it isn't!
I am a student currently looking into using FreeRTOS for a project, and would like to find as many open-source applications designed for ARM (ideally Cortex-M or Cortex-R) as possible. I have tried searching through Github, however most of the projects I found were smaller-scale demos designed to show the basics of utilizing FreeRTOS. I would like to examine some sizeable applications in order to determine common design patterns and see real examples of I/O. Additionally, I'd like to see how tasks are typically split up and how messages are passed between them (more practically than just examining the Queue API).
Any help finding any applications I could look at would be a greatly appreciated! Also, if this is not a place I should be posing this question, anywhere that you know of where I should post it would be a big help.
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