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ICYMI 👉 Spotlight on Meson: When developing an application or a library, did you know you can run it without installing it? Xavier Claessens explains how the full-featured Meson build system can help:

A huge welcome to the open-source graphics family to
Imagination Technologies! We look forward to seeing the driver in tree!

New blog post by Jason Ekstrand: Quite a lot has changed since the first driver was written in Mesa for Intel hardware back in 2015. Here's a look at the latest Mesa utilities, helpers & best practices for writing Vulkan drivers in 2022.

Dozen, the open-source implementation of support on top of for Microsoft Windows platforms, has been merged into Mesa3D's source tree! 🎉🥳

Friendly reminder that if your project's community is 100% discord, then I'm not joining or using your project.

And I don't think I'm alone in this.

At the bare minimum, set up a matrix room and bridge it to discord

Coming up this Saturday at , Arnaud Ferraris presents "2 Years of : Birth and growth of a mobile distribution"! Don't miss it!

Did you know that one of the ways Android and IOS reduce energy consumption is by using a unified system-level notification provider?
UnifiedPush is FOSS implementation of the same idea that could help projects such as #pinephone and #linuxphones in general by providing both a framework to reduce battery consumption and a more unified interface to code notifications on.

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Welcome Jason Ekstrand! Super happy to have you on board to keep on making Mesa3D and the entire graphics ecosystem better every year!

Panfrost is getting a speed boost on Bifrost GPUs courtesy of Alyssa Rosenzweig: Index-Driven Vertex Shading. Scenes with complex geometry are helped:

In one pair of runs, "Terrain" is up 27%. "Shading" is up 41%.

And "High-poly bump"?

62% faster.

All the latest on , including Mesa 21.3, Bioshock Infinite, & more, courtesy of Mike Blumenkrantz

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