And we're off! Join us as our 2021 conference schedule gets underway this weekend with the virtual editions of & India, and talks on projects including , and video analytics with !

What better way to kick off the new year than with some news? The driver for Arm Mali Midgard & Bifrost GPUs now provides desktop OpenGL 3.1! Read more: (Photo credit: Mateo Vrbs via Unsplash)

Happy holidays from all of us at Collabora! Wishing you a safe, healthy and happy holiday season, and a prosperous New Year!

video: Olivier Crête joins Haivision's Suso Carrillo to discuss how Collabora and SK Telecom are leveraging to build the open source video drone & robot platform.

Video: Presented earlier this month at Live Embedded Event, Julian Bouzas looks at , the new adaptable multimedia service, now ready for !

Video: Recorded last month at the MiniDebConf Online: Gaming Edition, Jakob Bornecrantz presents "FOSS Virtual & Augmented Reality", a look at the current state of VR & the latest on !

Exciting news: A first proposal for a driver for Wine! The driver currently supports GDI & OpenGL/DirectX applications, allowing some Windows games natively under Wayland such as & Battle for Wesnoth! Read more:

Kernel 5.10 is out, and with it comes a number of exciting updates, including uAPI destaging, support for Mali Bifrost GPUs, improvements to Rockchip's RK3399 & more! Read on to see what Collaborans have been working on:

Video: From this year's online, here's a tutorial by André Almeida on how to bootstrap a minimal image for kernel development.

Missed it last week? Here's the video of Helen Koike's talk at Live Embedded Event, "Image Signal Processing (ISP) Drivers & How to Merge One Upstream"!

We're hiring again! Collabora is looking for passionate & enthusiastic developers to join our ever growing kernel, Multimedia, & teams! Interested? Learn more:

5.11 Adding An "Inhibited" Feature To Temporarily Disregard Select Input Devices

Mesa 20.3 released, and with it, out-of-the-box support for Arm's Mali Bifrost GPUs! Release notes here: & check out Alyssa's recent update here:

: Next up at 17:00 CET at Live Embedded Event, Christopher Obbard presents "Creating Debian-Based Systems in the Using "! See you there! liveembedded.virtualconference

Coming up next at Live Embedded Event, Julian Bouzas presents ": the new adaptable multimedia service, now ready for ". Join us at at 13:30 CET! liveembedded.virtualconference

Tomorrow! Join us for Live Embedded Event, a new one-day virtual event for enthusiasts! Collaborans will be giving three talks, with Helen Koike up first at 9:30 CET with a look at ISP drivers & how to merge one upstream! liveembedded.virtualconference

New blog post! "Empathy first: Driving growth through people leadership" - Some insights from our People Lead, Eleni Katsoula, on why now, more than ever, connecting with our colleagues is of the utmost importance.

Video: Presented at , André Almeida discusses futex2(), a new version of the system call that can enable not only more complex use cases, but also key performance improvements inside the kernel.

Video: Adrian Ratiu dives into how you can simplify and reuse your device drivers thanks to regmaps, and how it has been used in mainline in the MIPI-DSI & Hantro media accelerator drivers.

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