With the SME mode, we want to provide "hardware design for software programmers". Since FPGA's are very low level and have been difficult to work with, many components that a software programmer takes for granted are not readily available. Most components require a setting up a royalty-based licensing deal, making it difficult to approach for academics and experimental development. We would like to have a crypto-library developed for SME, including some of the standard algorithms: RSA, AES and SHA256. Depending on the desired project duration, we can add/remove algorithms and work harder at the optimization details. We have developed proof-of-concept implementations for MD5 and AES, but would like to have optimized open-source implementations in SME. Since the SME code can be transpiled to VHDL, this would also make the crypto-library usable by traditional hardware developers.