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Collabora, not just Earth Day. Every day.

April 22, 2024 by Kara Bembridge  |   News & Events

As part of our commitment to social responsibility, we've been part of the 1% for the Planet Network since 2022. The environmental partners we support help to better the planet.

Collabora, not just Earth Day. Every day.

Monado stays ahead: Keeping pace with OpenXR 1.1 for cross-platform, open source XR

April 17, 2024 by Frederic Plourde  |   News & Events

Monado, the cross-platform open source XR runtime, has recently received significant updates to align with the features and specifications of OpenXR 1.1, ensuring compatibility and optimal performance for developers and users alike.

Monado stays ahead: Keeping pace with OpenXR 1.1 for cross-platform, open source XR

Blast from the past at Embedded World: Atari plays for Linux

April 11, 2024 by Kara Bembridge  |   News & Events

Adhering to the fundamentals of open source, the Atari VCS OS is based on Debian using the Apertis infrastructure, and the graphics rely on Weston as its Wayland compositor.

Blast from the past at Embedded World: Atari plays for Linux

Up close and personal with STMicroelectronics' STM32MP2 at Embedded World

April 10, 2024 by Mark Filion  |   News & Events

Using TensorFlow Lite models optimized for the STM3MP2 NPU along with an upstream-ready H.264 encoder (Video4Linux2), this demo showcases GStreamer's all-new analytic metadata framework.

Up close and personal with STMicroelectronics' STM32MP2 at Embedded World

New unixfd plugin in GStreamer 1.24

April 08, 2024 by Xavier Claessens  |   News & Events

GStreamer 1.24 was recently released, and with it came with a new plugin to help separate pipelines into different processes.

New unixfd plugin in GStreamer 1.24

Embedded Open Source Summit 2024

April 05, 2024 by Kara Bembridge  |   News & Events

Seattle is hosting this year's Embedded Open Source Summit, the umbrella conference for a collection of open source events. This is the premier space for the open source community and we'll be there with 6 talks!

Embedded Open Source Summit 2024

Collabora's WhisperFusion nominated for Embedded Award 2024

April 03, 2024 by Mark Filion  |   News & Events

Honoring outstanding innovations in the field of embedded system technologies, the annual Embedded Award ceremony will be taking place next week at Embedded World 2024 in Nuremberg.

Collabora's WhisperFusion nominated for Embedded Award 2024

OpenXR & Monado: Recent progress and what's to come

April 02, 2024 by Frederic Plourde  |   News & Events

As we reflect on the strides made in recent months, it's remarkable to see how OpenXR and Monado have evolved and are shaping the future of XR development. Let's take a closer look at the progress made and noteworthy achievements.

OpenXR & Monado: Recent progress and what's to come

Future-proofing at Embedded World 2024

March 22, 2024 by Kara Bembridge  |   News & Events

One of the largest trade fair of its kind, and a global platform for the embedded community, Embedded World will be taking place next month at the NürnbergMesse in the quaint city of Nuremberg, Germany

Future-proofing at Embedded World 2024

GStreamer 1.24: New heights in embedded, network streaming & analytics

March 19, 2024 by Daniel Morin  |   News & Events

Thanks to sponsors like STMicroelectronics, Netflix, Living Optics, and ChromeOS, Collabora once again came in first place with the most contributors for this release, with 16 developers taking part.

GStreamer 1.24: New heights in embedded, network streaming & analytics

Automatic regression handling and reporting for the Linux Kernel

March 14, 2024 by Ricardo Cañuelo Navarro  |   Blog

In continuation with our series about Kernel Integration we'll go into more detail about how regression detection, processing, and tracking can be improved to provide a better service to developers and maintainers.

Automatic regression handling and reporting for the Linux Kernel

Kernel 6.8: MediaTek community flourishes

March 11, 2024 by Muhammad Usama Anjum  |   News & Events

The latest Linux Kernel 6.8 release brings thousands of new lines of code, improving the core kernel, architecture support, networking, file systems, and more.

Kernel 6.8: MediaTek community flourishes

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

Weston repaint scheduling

February 11, 2015 by Pekka Paalanen  |   Blog

Latest Weston features

Weston repaint scheduling

GNOME programming guidelines: the rise of gnome-devel-docs

February 11, 2015 by Philip Withnall  |   Blog

Check out the new GNOME Programming Guidelines and file bugs in Bugzilla.

GNOME programming guidelines: the rise of gnome-devel-docs

Crosswalk and its JS, JAVA and Native Extensions performance

February 05, 2015 by Danilo Cesar  |   Blog

A brief discussion about Crosswalk’s JS, JAVA and Native Extensions performance

Crosswalk and its JS, JAVA and Native Extensions performance

Debian Jessie on Raspberry Pi 2

February 03, 2015 by Sjoerd Simons  |   Blog

Debian Jessie running on Raspberry Pi 2

Debian Jessie on Raspberry Pi 2

WebKit on the new Raspberry Pi 2

February 02, 2015 by Marco Barisione  |   Blog

Raspberry PI 2 release announcement!

WebKit on the new Raspberry Pi 2

A checklist for writing pkg-config files

December 09, 2014 by Philip Withnall  |   Blog

Differences between pkg-config variables, the use of AX_PKG_CHECK_MODULES, and what to include in custom variables. automake and autoconf snippets are provided

A checklist for writing pkg-config files

Recent improvements in libnice

October 31, 2014 by Philip Withnall  |   Blog

libnice upstream improvements done at Collabora

Recent improvements in libnice

Introduction to ICE and libnice

October 31, 2014 by Philip Withnall  |   Blog

Introductory talk on libnice (done as part of Collabora's tea time training)

Introduction to ICE and libnice

Wine on Wayland: A year in review (and a look ahead)

January 30, 2024 by Alexandros Frantzis  |   News & Events

2023 was a great year for the Wayland driver for Wine. After several merge requests, many people are now already able to use the latest Wine release to enjoy some of their favorite Windows applications in a completely X11-free environment!

Wine on Wayland: A year in review (and a look ahead)

WhisperFusion: Ultra-low latency conversations with an AI chatbot

January 25, 2024 by Marcus Edel  |   News & Events

By creating a real-time AI chatbot communication system using WhisperLive and WhisperSpeech, we have addressed the unnatural delay in current bot interactions for seamless conversation.

WhisperFusion: Ultra-low latency conversations with an AI chatbot

First in line for FOSDEM 2024: GStreamer, LAVA workloads & more!

January 18, 2024 by Kara Bembridge  |   News & Events

With many dedicated souls willing to endure a FOSDEM queue, Collabora's engineers will be giving 6 talks spread out amongst multiple devrooms including Open Media and Testing & Continuous delivery.

First in line for FOSDEM 2024: GStreamer, LAVA workloads & more!

Kernel 6.7: New year, new Linux!

January 11, 2024 by Eugen Hristev  |   News & Events

Collabora's kernel team made a number of key contributions including a new kselftest for verifying driver probe of Devicetree-based platforms, multiple improvements to further improve support for MediaTek SoCs found in Chromebooks, and more.

Kernel 6.7: New year, new Linux!

Weston 13.0 release: Backends consolidation

December 21, 2023 by Marius Vlad  |   News & Events

Weston 13.0 brings multiple fixes and important changes, notably the ability to load multiple backends simultaneously. This can be used to load VNC, RDP, or PipeWire backends for remote access alongside the native DRM backend.

Weston 13.0 release: Backends consolidation

NVK holiday update: What we've achieved, and where we're headed

December 20, 2023 by Faith Ekstrand  |   News & Events

As 2023 draws to a close, I wanted to give a quick update on NVK, what's happened this year, and where we'll be headed in 2024. While previous posts have focused primarily on the technical details, this post will be more geared towards users.

NVK holiday update: What we've achieved, and where we're headed

WhisperSpeech makes its way to AI.dev

December 07, 2023 by Mark Filion  |   News & Events

Collabora is headed to California to take part in the inaugural edition of AI​.dev: Open Source GenAI & ML Summit, a new event which aims to bring together the brightest developers from around the world to shape the trajectory of open source AI.

WhisperSpeech makes its way to AI.dev

Ready for embedded: PipeWire 1.0 released

November 27, 2023 by George Kiagiadakis  |   News & Events

It is with the utmost excitement that we witness the release of PipeWire 1.0, the first officially stable release of this noteworthy inter-process multimedia streaming framework after many years of development.

Ready for embedded: PipeWire 1.0 released

MiniDebConf Cambridge 2023

November 21, 2023 by Kara Bembridge  |   News & Events

This week, the Debian project takes over Cambridge as MiniDebConf kicks off right in our own British backyard! Organized by Debian project members, MiniDebConfs aim to achieve similar objectives to those of the annual Debian conference, DebConf.

MiniDebConf Cambridge 2023

NVK reaches Vulkan 1.0 conformance

November 20, 2023 by Faith Ekstrand  |   News & Events

As of today, NVK is now an officially conformant implementation of the Vulkan 1.0 API on NVIDIA Turing hardware. This is the first time any Nouveau driver has gotten the Khronos conformance badge on any API.

NVK reaches Vulkan 1.0 conformance

Patch Ready for Linux Plumbers 2023

November 09, 2023 by Kara Bembridge  |   News & Events

To ensure the Linux kernel is running smoothly, it requires maintenance from a variety of levels. Those working on the lower levels, or the plumber layers, of the kernel will have a chance to convene next week at the annual Linux Plumbers Conference.

Patch Ready for Linux Plumbers 2023

Benchmarking machine learning frameworks

November 02, 2023 by Vineet Suryan  |   News & Events

MLBench enables developers and maintainers to effortlessly gauge how their frameworks perform compared to other implementations, prior code versions, or across different boards, with respect to both runtime performance and other metrics.

Benchmarking machine learning frameworks

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