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Adding even more heads for the group picture

June 21, 2022 by Kara Bembridge  |   News & Events

Part steadfast approach - part welcoming spirirt; Collabora continues to successfully expand with new talent amply on deck. Well ahead of the remote work curve, our new joiners have settled into their roles from their respective corners of the planet.

Adding even more heads for the group picture

Emerging ideas at Open Source Summit North America

June 16, 2022 by Kara Bembridge  |   News & Events

Big events draw in an array of individuals to learn and connect, and the Open Source Summit North America is no exception. Jam-packed with sessions to uncover from June 21 to 24, this year's event features three talks by Collabora's very own!

Emerging ideas at Open Source Summit North America

Adding secondary command buffers to PanVk

June 15, 2022 by Manas Chaudhary  |   Blog

Getting PanVk, an open source driver for Arm Mali Midgard and Bifrost GPUs, closer to conformancy by implementing one of the core Vulkan features: support for secondary command buffers.

Adding secondary command buffers to PanVk

Bridging the synchronization gap on Linux

June 09, 2022 by Jason Ekstrand  |   Blog

After fighting with the divide between implicit and explicit synchronization with Vulkan on Linux for over seven years, we may finally have some closure. We're not to synchronization nirvana quite yet, but this is an important step along the way.

Bridging the synchronization gap on Linux

Conformant open source support for Mali-G57

June 06, 2022 by Alyssa Rosenzweig  |   News & Events

Mali-G57 features in new MediaTek Chromebooks with the MT8192 and MT8195 system-on-chips. With Mesa 22.2 and an appropriate kernel, accelerated graphics will work out of the box on Linux on these laptops.

Conformant open source support for Mali-G57

Kernel 5.18: Milestones for the road ahead

June 02, 2022 by Dmitry Osipenko  |   News & Events

Released by Linus Torvalds on May 22 after a busy two-month development cycle, Linux kernel 5.18 brings new features and lights up new hardware. Let's take a look at the contributions made by our engineering team.

Kernel 5.18: Milestones for the road ahead

Monado's hand tracking: hand-waving our way towards a first attempt

May 31, 2022 by Moses Turner  |   Blog

Optical hand tracking for XR has a bit of a reputation - getting training data, training neural nets, and deploying them in real-time, low-latency environments such as XR is every bit as hard as they say it is.

Monado's hand tracking: hand-waving our way towards a first attempt

Finding the secret ingredient at Embedded and Kernel Recipes

May 26, 2022 by Kara Bembridge  |   News & Events

After a two-year hiatus, the City of Lights is shinning brightly again to welcome the community for a full week of engaging talks at Embedded Recipes and Kernel Recipes conferences.

Finding the secret ingredient at Embedded and Kernel Recipes

Talks of the town: Software engineering edition

May 17, 2022 by Kara Bembridge  |   News & Events

Less than a day away, May 18th looks to be a very busy time. With Live Embedded Event and Embedded Vision Summit taking place almost simultaneously, Collabora will be presenting four different talks!

Talks of the town: Software engineering edition

PipeWire: Bluetooth support status update

April 29, 2022 by Frederic Danis  |   News & Events

Over the last two years, Bluetooth® audio support has steadily grown in PipeWire and has become a featureful, stable, conformant, open source Bluetooth® audio stack implementation. Here's a look at where things stand.

PipeWire: Bluetooth support status update

SocketCAN x Kubernetes

April 27, 2022 by Jakub Piotr Cłapa  |   News & Events

Looking to use hardware-backed and virtual SocketCAN interfaces inside your Kubernetes Pods? A new device plugin now allows processes inside a pod to communicate with each other using the full Linux SocketCAN API.

SocketCAN x Kubernetes

Monado accepted in GSoC 2022!

April 06, 2022 by Frédéric Plourde  |   News & Events

Monado has been accepted for the first time as a mentoring organization for the 2022 Google Summer of Code (GSoC)! Collabora will be providing three mentors to support contributors who want to work on Monado-related projects.

Monado accepted in GSoC 2022!

GLib now has a datagram interface

October 13, 2015 by Philip Withnall  |   Blog

For those who like their I/O packetised, GLib now has a companion for its GIOStream class — the GDatagramBasedinterface, which we’ve implemented as part of R&D work at Collabora.

GLib now has a datagram interface

Celebrating 30 years. Happy 30th anniversary GNU

September 15, 2015 by Guy Lunardi  |   Blog

Standing on the shoulders of giants. As Collabora turns 10 years this month, we are forced to stop and marvel at the accomplishments of GNU in its 30 years of existence. Happy 30th anniversary GNU

Celebrating 30 years. Happy 30th anniversary GNU

Collabora contributions to Linux Kernel 4.2

August 25, 2015 by Gustavo Padovan  |   Blog

Kernel.org Collabora contributions

Collabora contributions to Linux Kernel 4.2

Collabora contributions to Linux kernel 4.1

August 24, 2015 by Javier Martinez Canillas  |   Blog

Kernel.org Collabora contributions

Collabora contributions to Linux kernel 4.1

Alex's work experience at Collabora

August 06, 2015 by Alex Shtyrov  |   Blog

A student intership experience at Collabora

Alex's work experience at Collabora

Why polkit (or, how to mount a disk on modern Linux)

June 08, 2015 by Simon McVittie  |   Blog

Why udisks2 and polkit are the way they are

Why polkit (or, how to mount a disk on modern Linux)

Checking D-Bus API stability

June 02, 2015 by Philip Withnall  |   Blog

D-Bus API features

Checking D-Bus API stability

Collabora contributions to Linux kernel 4.0

May 11, 2015 by Javier Martinez Canillas  |   Blog

Collabora upstream work on Linux kernel

Collabora contributions to Linux kernel 4.0

Lucid sleep in the free desktop

May 01, 2015 by Tomeu Vizoso  |   Blog

Describes ability of performing work while the machine is in a low power state such as suspend.

Lucid sleep in the free desktop

Tracking the reference count of a GstMiniObject using gdb

April 13, 2015 by Guillaume Desmottes  |   Blog

Debugging GStreamer

Tracking the reference count of a GstMiniObject using gdb

Blink started supporting font-size-adjust css property

March 26, 2015 by ChangSeok Oh  |   Blog

Blink font-size-adjust via CSS properties

Blink started supporting font-size-adjust css property

JPEG-XR support on blink

March 21, 2015 by ChangSeok Oh  |   Blog

JPEG-XR support on browsing technologies

JPEG-XR support on blink

Generate a minimal GStreamer build, tailored to your needs

September 16, 2021 by Stéphane Cerveau  |   News & Events

GStreamer can be tricky to ship in a constrained device. Thanks to a partnership with Huawei, you can now use gst-build to generate a minimal GStreamer build, tailored to a specific application, or set of applications. Here's how.

Generate a minimal GStreamer build, tailored to your needs

Kernel 5.14: 30 years in the making and still improving

September 07, 2021 by Nícolas F. R. A. Prado  |   News & Events

With an ever-increasing interest in more modern hardware support, and a more reliable kernel that is thoroughly tested, contributions by Collabora's developers continue to help make this a reality for the Linux kernel.

Kernel 5.14: 30 years in the making and still improving

Linaro Virtual Connect - Fall 2021

September 01, 2021 by Mark Filion  |   News & Events

September's busy conference schedule kicks off next week with the Fall edition of Linaro Virtual Connect. Join us as we look at how to master your PipeWire streams with WirePlumber, and de-mystify GFX virtualization with VirGL!

Linaro Virtual Connect - Fall 2021

Reverse-engineering the Mali G78

July 20, 2021 by Alyssa Rosenzweig  |   News & Events

After a month of reverse-engineering the Arm Mali G78, we’re excited to release documentation on the Valhall instruction set, available as a PDF, as well as a Valhall assembler and disassembler to be used as a reverse-engineering aid.

Reverse-engineering the Mali G78

Kernel 5.13: Growing team and KernelCI hackfest

July 08, 2021 by Gabriel Krisman Bertazi  |   News & Events

Collabora's team working directly on the Linux kernel is growing. Collaborans continue to expand on their efforts to close the gap between hardware support on vendor trees and mainline.

Kernel 5.13: Growing team and KernelCI hackfest

A very successful first KernelCI hackfest

June 21, 2021 by Shreeya Patel  |   News & Events

Earlier this month, Collabora took part in the very first KernelCI hackfest, initiated as a joint effort with the Google Chrome OS team. Here's a look at what led to our participation and what was accomplished.

A very successful first KernelCI hackfest

Growing for the road ahead

June 21, 2021 by Erica Ryoo  |   News & Events

Despite the many obstacles brought on by the pandemic, Collabora has continued to grow its teams for the road ahead. Join us in welcoming Kiril, Benjamin, Daniel, Shreeya, Ariel, Nicolas and James!

Growing for the road ahead

Wine on Wayland meets Vulkan, multi-monitor support & more

June 07, 2021 by Alexandros Frantzis  |   News & Events

We first announced our work on the driver last December, and posted an update earlier this year. We are now happy to announce a second update for this driver, adding several major features which increase its scope and utility.

Wine on Wayland meets Vulkan, multi-monitor support & more

A libweston-based compositor for Automotive Grade Linux

June 02, 2021 by Marius Vlad  |   News & Events

Simplifying AGL's existing Wayland-based graphical stack and avoiding the use of modules that aren't maintained upstream has lead to the creation of a new compositor based on libweston, bringing more reliable and fine-grained system control.

A libweston-based compositor for Automotive Grade Linux

Bridging the OpenGL and Vulkan divide

May 27, 2021 by Rohan Garg  |   News & Events

Thanks to a new, low overhead extension in Mesa, OpenGL and Vulkan applications can now talk to each other, bringing more flexibility to application developers while easing the transition path between the industry-standard Khronos® APIs.

Bridging the OpenGL and Vulkan divide

Kernel 5.12: Working to close the gap

May 04, 2021 by Ariel D'Alessandro  |   News & Events

With their latest contributions all around the kernel, notably to the Video4Linux APIs and hardware enablement, Collaborans continue to expand on their efforts to close the gap between hardware support on vendor trees and mainline.

Kernel 5.12: Working to close the gap

PanVk: An Open Source Vulkan driver for Arm Mali Midgard and Bifrost GPUs

March 25, 2021 by Boris Brezillon  |   News & Events

The Panfrost project started as a reverse engineering effort to understand Arm Mali Midgard and Bifrost GPU internals. With the driver getting more and more mature, the natural next step was to work on an Open Source Vulkan driver for those GPUs.

PanVk: An Open Source Vulkan driver for Arm Mali Midgard and Bifrost GPUs

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