Join us next week for the Summit + Conference EU Virtual Experience! Collaborans will be actively participating, with no less than eight presentations, a BoF on , and two panel discussions!

Released last week, kernel 5.9 brings a number of improvements and new features contributed by Collaborans, notably in hardware support (hello Lenovo's IdeaPad Duet ), multimedia, graphics & testing. Take a look:

The concept of a may raise some doubts, or even red flags, for many students, as would remote jobs for professionals. As a result, we pay extra attention to how we onboard and support our interns. Learn more:

Attention students! About to graduate? Ready to venture into software development on a professional level? Check out our 2021 paid to work on upstream projects!

Psst... We're ! Collabora is looking for a passionate & enthusiastic software developer, with contributions to , to join our ever growing geographically-distributed domain team! Interested? Learn more:

Coming up this Saturday at 18:40 CEST at online, André Almeida presents " Bootstraping a minimal image for kernel development"! Join us!

"Initcalls, part 2: Digging into implementation" - Mylène Josserand dives further into Linux kernel initcalls, with a look at the __device_initcall() macro, the rootfs initcall, and more. Happy reading!

A move to . A switch to the powerful build system. A fast and reliable system implemented. The community has been busy, bringing a bevy of enhancements to 1.18! Here's a look at the key contributions by Collaborans:

Video: Recorded at the recent All Member Virtual Meeting, Marius Vlad presents "Current and Future Display Infrastructure Changes in AGL".

Quick hack! The official build for doesn't include support for Pango, a text rendering library, so here's a short guide on how to build it!

New blog post! Initcalls, part 2: Digging into implementation - Mylène Josserand dives further into Linux kernel initcalls, with a look at the colorful __device_initcall() macro, the rootfs initcall, and more.

meets : Introducing an accurate & light-weight deep network for video super-resolution upscaling, running on a completely open source software stack using !

Following the excellent online editions of , & , this year's lineup of great virtual conferences continues this week with , which begins... TOMORROW! Join us!

Weekend reading: continues to evolve with the recent integration of , a library to support complex cameras. Read on to learn more about the integration, and how to give it a try!

Video: "Bringing to mobile phones, one package at a time", presented by Arnaud Ferraris at MiniDebConf Online

First day of talks at ! Join us at 19:30 UTC today as Rohan Garg presents "Linux Graphics 101", a look at what goes on behind the scenes in the graphics world!

Weston 9.0 released with new testing framework featuring automated DRM and GL testing, 'kiosk' mode for single-use devices, Xwayland fixes, and more!

New week, new blog post! Pushing pixels to your - How the graphics stack is used within & the work done to improve software rendering (while simultaneously improving GPU rendering!)

Video: "Open Build Service and Debian Packaging", presented by Andrew Lee (李健秋), earlier this week at !

New blog post (in the spirit of )! Using the Linux kernel's Case-insensitive feature in Ext4 - why this (controversial) feature was merged, what improvements have been made since, and how to put it to work.

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