This page lists a number of MyHDL users and projects. The best thing you can do to support MyHDL is to add your project here and let people know about it! To make it easy to navigate to your projects, you can add the links to the sidebar page.
I am working on processor cores suitable for SoC use. Two have been translated from Verilog into MyHDL, these are:
James Bowman's j1 a Novix style stack engine which supports multiple instructions in each 16b code word.
Bernd Paysan's b16 which is derived from the work of Chuck Moore, and has been used in real silicon.
These processors are ideal for hardware exploration and debug using simple interactive tools. Potentially, the incremental software compiler and test environment can target the hardware, or the MyHDL model.
Actel/Microsemi Igloo Nano dev kit: MyHDL source available to access and play with LEDs, switches, and UART link on this low power board.
Please email me for more info.
Christopher L. Felton has used MyHDL for student projects at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. Using MyHDL for DSP algorithm to hardware implementations. Also uses MyHDL in a USB FPGA project (MyHDL USB FPGA page).
More examples/projects under development here.
David Brochart uses MyHDL in his open-source Turbo Decoder project.
Jean Demartini uses MyHDL to support a teaching course “Programmable Digital Processor Architecture” at the Engineering School of the University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis (ESINSA).
George has also released some open-source MyHDL IP cores, and has worked on an extension library to MyHDL.
I'm working on a project called NoCmodel: MyHDL is used for verification and code generation.