The files can be downloaded at www.gcdemos.com or tmbinc's personal site http://debugmo.de/gc/gc.htmlYes, today was Dec-29, and i promised to release everything. The good news are that we have build almost 3 working boards now but off course nothing is bugfree.
So please, unless you know what you're doing, don't build this board yet in the hope it will just run! You need at least a scope and a soldering iron (and now how to use them).
The IPL replacement CVS is in the gc-linux cvs. I think you'll find it there.
The schematisc, VHDL sources (sorry for just making a backup of my ispLever working directory - i'll clean it up in the next release) and tool sources are here.
There's one problem left: the serial port doesn't fit together with the exi logic into the design, so currently you have to flash the ipl_serial stuff if you want to flash using the serial port, or ipl when you want to use the thing (you can flash from the gamecube if there's a valid loader inside.
oh, and PLEASE: *NO PIRACY* or this site WILL be shut down, either by nintendo or by me.
For those of you who don't know tmbinc is a homebrew Gamecube developer. He released an open-source IPL replacement that allowed Gamecube users to load homebrew .DOL files without the need for Phantasy Star Online. A few weeks ago the Viper GC Modchip was released which seems to be a copy of tmbinc's work. In response to this action tmbinc promised to release free schematics for a new Gamecube modchip that would be easy and cheap to make while also boasting superior features. This has been released today.