Join us this Friday at , as Jakob Bornecrantz looks at the current state of VR/AR on the desktop, and explains how to build apps using the API!

DKMS is a framework mostly used to build & install external kernel modules. However, did you know it could also be used to patch modules of the current kernel to apply a specific fix? Here's how:

Collaborans continue to expand on their efforts to close the gap between hardware support on vendor trees and mainline. Here's a look at where things stand with the release of kernel 5.12:

GTK4 & Visual Studio, continued: you can now build as a subproject for your application! Xavier Claessens explains how, including the simple steps needed to build GtkSourceView 5.0 & GTK4's media backend with !

Video: 2020 was undoubtedly a watershed year for graphics drivers on . In this talk presented at , Alyssa gives an annual status update of open drivers for Arm GPUs with a view of what's to come.

Recently, we have been using to successfully profile Apitrace traces in through renderer. The tools provided by Perfetto can be very effective for profiling virtualised GPU acceleration. Antonio Caggiano explains how:

New blog post! Marcus Edel presents our latest project: Continuous 3D Hand Pose Tracking using Machine Learning & Monado OpenXR

Video: Presented last month at , Nicolas Dufresne takes a deep dive into stateless video decoder support for , including the effort to bring native support in both & .

Did you know you could easily run a permissively-licensed MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) implementation with minimal dependencies on an device? Here's how to run cmtp-responder on a Rock Pi 4 (or any other board equipped with a UDC).

Video: In our second talk presented at last month's , Alyssa Rosenzweig looks at where we are, and what's to come, for open drivers for Arm GPUs.

Missed last month? Now available on demand, here is the video of Nicolas Dufresne's talk "Bringing Stateless Video Decoder Support To Linux"!

Video: Presented earlier this month at the Virtual AMM, George Kiagiadakis shares the latest on and discusses what we expect to see in 2021, both on the desktop and automotive fronts.

It's here! Say hello to , an Open Source driver for Arm Mali Midgard and Bifrost GPUs! 🎉

Live now at , Nicolas Dufresne presents "Bringing Stateless Video Decoder Support To Linux"! Watch here (free registration):

New blog post! Earlier this year, the compiler gained support for source-base code coverage. Here, Guillaume Desmottes explains how to leverage this to setup a job in a Rust project & feed source-base coverage information to @gitlab :

Join us this week at Linaro Virtual Connect, as we discuss bringing stateless video decoding support to Linux, and take a look at where we are, and what's to come, for open drivers for Arm GPUs!

Does your GPU work with free graphics drivers? Join Alyssa Rosenzweig this Saturday at 2021, as she discusses the state of free software for graphics hardware: where we are, how far we've come, and where we're going.

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