[riot-notifications] [RIOT-OS/RIOT] doc/rdm: RFC - design goals (#10162)
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danpetry commented on this pull request.
> +RIOT nodes sometimes need to last for several years without external power, so
+they need to manage energy carefully. RIOT's tickless scheduler lets devices
+sleep while they aren't collecting data.
+Modules outside the core should leverage the benefits and address the
+programming challenges of such a scheduler. They shouldn't demand that users do
+the same. They should, however, allow users to manage power through different
+modes and functions.
+#### Small memory footprint
+Most of RIOT's targeted use cases are well addressed by devices in class 1 of
+the taxonomy presented in . If small price differences are important or the
+energy budget is particularly tight, the available memory might be near the
+bottom of this class. Over-the-air updating currently reduces the available ROM
+by over half.
I think this is important to consider in the context of this section, which should serve as a rough guideline for our memory footprint. I've rephrased it as "Over-the-air updating facilities may also reduce the available RIOT by over half, depending on the architecture". Is this more suitable?
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