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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

Release the panthor!

March 04, 2024 by Boris Brezillon  |   News & Events

Late last week, the long-awaited kernel driver supporting 10th-generation Arm Mali GPUs was merged into drm-misc. The existing Gallium driver support has also been extended, effectively enabling GPUs on Rockchip's RK3588 platforms.

Release the panthor!

Patch submitted to introduce GitLab-CI pipeline for Linux kernel testing

March 01, 2024 by Helen Koike  |   News & Events

This initial version includes static checks (checkpatch and smatch for now) and build tests across various architectures and configurations, and introduces a flexible 'scenarios' mechanism for subsystem-specific extensions.

Patch submitted to introduce GitLab-CI pipeline for Linux kernel testing

NVK is now ready for prime time

February 28, 2024 by Faith Ekstrand  |   News & Events

The merge request has landed, the non-conformant implementation warnings are gone, and NVK's Meson configuration now reads "nouveau" instead of "nouveau-experimental". It's now time to start shipping NVK to users!

NVK is now ready for prime time

Smells like team spirit: Meet our newest Collaborans!

February 26, 2024 by Kara Bembridge  |   News & Events

We've recently had some new faces join the team and we are delighted that our talented new joiners have readily jumped in to advance the open source mission.

Smells like team spirit: Meet our newest Collaborans!

Almost a fully open-source boot chain for Rockchip's RK3588!

February 21, 2024 by Eugen Hristev  |   Blog

Now included in our Debian images & available via our GitLab, you can build a complete, working BL31 (Boot Loader stage 3.1), and replace the closed binary blob with an open-source binary that anyone can compile.

Almost a fully open-source boot chain for Rockchip's RK3588!

Using regmaps to make Linux drivers more generic

May 27, 2020 by Adrian Ratiu  |   Blog

Device drivers can support more revisions and SoC platforms by abstracting away specific hardware interface layouts. Let's examine a specific instance of this process, namely the effort to make the MIPI DSI host controller driver more generic.

Using regmaps to make Linux drivers more generic

Cross-compiling with gst-build and GStreamer

May 15, 2020 by Stéphane Cerveau  |   Blog

gst-build is one of the main build systems used by the community to develop the GStreamer platform. In my last blog post, I presented gst-build and explained how to get started with it. Now, let's get straight to the point regarding cross-compilation.

Cross-compiling with gst-build and GStreamer

Using syzkaller, part 3: Fuzzing your changes

May 12, 2020 by Andre Almeida  |   Blog

In part 2 of this series on syzkaller, we looked at how to install the tool and use it to improve our code base. Now, how does syzkaller report a bug it finds in the execution path of a system call? Let's add a new syscall description and see how it goes.

Using syzkaller, part 3: Fuzzing your changes

WirePlumber, the PipeWire session manager

May 07, 2020 by George Kiagiadakis  |   Blog

An in-depth look at WirePlumber, the modular and extensible session manager for PipeWire that brings advanced device management, policy control and security enforcement capabilities.

WirePlumber, the PipeWire session manager

Reducing the size of a Rust GStreamer plugin

April 28, 2020 by Guillaume Desmottes  |   Blog

With Rust gaining traction among the GStreamer community as an alternative to C to write applications and plugins, we began wondering, could the size of such Rust plugins be a problem for embedded systems?

Reducing the size of a Rust GStreamer plugin

From Bifrost to Panfrost - deep dive into the first render

April 23, 2020 by Alyssa Rosenzweig  |   Blog

The Panfrost project building a free, Open Source graphics driver for modern Mali GPUs has reached a new milestone: the first 3D render, including basic texture support, on a Bifrost chip (Mali G31)!

From Bifrost to Panfrost - deep dive into the first render

Alyssa Rosenzweig receives Google Open Source Peer Bonus

April 20, 2020 by Mark Filion  |   Blog

Google Open Source has announced their 2020 first quarter Google Open Source Peer Bonus winners, and Alyssa Rosenzweig, Software Engineer at Collabora, is among the recipients!

Alyssa Rosenzweig receives Google Open Source Peer Bonus

Using syzkaller, part 2: Detecting programming bugs in the Linux kernel

April 17, 2020 by Andre Almeida  |   Blog

In my previous blog post, we discussed the importance of testing, what is fuzzing, and how the syzkaller fuzzes the kernel in order to find bugs. Now, let’s install the tool and starting using it to improve our code base.

Using syzkaller, part 2: Detecting programming bugs in the Linux kernel

Open Source software releases: Q1 2020 recap

April 14, 2020 by Mark Filion  |   Blog

Open Source software development thrives on remote collaboration, and continues to do so in 2020, with multiple projects announcing releases in the first quarter.

Open Source software releases: Q1 2020 recap

Clean, reliable setup for dependency installation

April 10, 2020 by Pekka Paalanen  |   Blog

When you work on a piece of software, you usually want to be able to build and test it manually on your local system, but without compromising your system or destabilizing the distribution provided software.

Clean, reliable setup for dependency installation

Adding mainline Arm Frame Buffer Compression support for Rockchip

April 08, 2020 by Andrzej Pietrasiewicz  |   Blog

Rockchip SoCs, notably the RK3399, are popular in devices such as Chromebooks and single-board computers. Indeed, they bring some interesting features, one of them being the Arm Frame Buffer Compression (AFBC).

Adding mainline Arm Frame Buffer Compression support for Rockchip

Using syzkaller, part 1: Fuzzing the Linux kernel

March 26, 2020 by Andre Almeida  |   Blog

With the code base of the Linux kernel constantly changing and deployed in devices around the world, performing proper testing is crucial. Here's a look at syzkaller, a valuable tool widely adopted by the kernel community to detect bugs in the kernel.

Using syzkaller, part 1: Fuzzing the Linux kernel

European R-Car Consortium Forum 2019

March 13, 2019 by Mark Filion  |   News & Events

Tomorrow, March 14, Collabora will be in Düsseldorf, Germany, to take part and exhibit at the second edition of the Renesas European R-Car Consortium Forum!

European R-Car Consortium Forum 2019

Linux Kernel 5.0

March 06, 2019 by Gaël Portay  |   News & Events

The first major release of Linux for the year 2019 was made available earlier this week, and with it came a new version number: 5.0. Here's a look at contributions made by Collaborans!

Linux Kernel 5.0

Automotive Linux in Tokyo

March 04, 2019 by Mark Filion  |   News & Events

Collaborans are in Tokyo this week to take part in the AGL All Member Meeting. They'll be discussing the future of IVI Window Management, and also look at the latest upstream work around the PipeWire framework and how it can benefit the automotive industry.

Automotive Linux in Tokyo

Embedded World 2019

February 20, 2019 by Mark Filion  |   News & Events

Collabora is headed to Nuremberg, Germany to take part in this year's edition of Embedded World, the leading international fair for embedded systems! Come say hello, booth 4-280!

Embedded World 2019

FOSDEM 2019

January 23, 2019 by Mark Filion  |   News & Events

In just over a week's time, Collabora will be heading to Brussels to take part in the 2019 edition of FOSDEM! Come say hello, or catch one of the 8 talks (in 5 different devrooms) given by Collaborans!

FOSDEM 2019

Linux Kernel 4.20

January 07, 2019 by Fabien Lahoudere  |   News & Events

A few weeks ago, in the final days leading up to Christmas, Linus Torvalds released Linux Kernel 4.20. Collaborans were once again active during this development cycle, contributing 22 patches, 112 reviews & 55 sign-offs. Here's a look at their contributions.

Linux Kernel 4.20

Outreachy - Round 17

December 20, 2018 by Mark Filion  |   News & Events

As one year ends and another begins, Collabora is proud to be once again an Includer sponsor for the latest round (#17) of Outreachy internships, which began earlier this month! More specifically, Collabora is sponsoring the Linux kernel projects for…

Outreachy - Round 17

ESE Kongress

December 04, 2018 by Mark Filion  |   News & Events

This week, Collaborans will be taking part, and speaking, in this year's ESE Kongress, Germany's largest congress for professional embedded software engineering.

ESE Kongress

FOSS in Toulouse

November 16, 2018 by Mark Filion  |   News & Events

After a great time in Vancouver, Collaborans are headed this weekend to southern France to attend and speak at the 2018 edition of Capitole du Libre, a weekend dedicated to free and Open Source software!

FOSS in Toulouse

Linux Plumbers in Vancouver

November 12, 2018 by Mark Filion  |   News & Events

Widely recognized as the premier event for developers working at all levels of the Linux kernel's plumbing layer and beyond, this year's edition of LPC is jam-packed with microconferences, a refereed track, a Kernel Summit track, multiple BoFs, and more.

Linux Plumbers in Vancouver

Daniel Stone featured in Linux Format!

November 07, 2018 by Mark Filion  |   News & Events

While our regular column (this time on Video4Linux, written by Ezequiel Garcia) is alive and well in this month's issue of LXF, there's also something else worth highlighting: a 6-page interview with none other than Collabora's Graphics lead, Daniel Stone!

Daniel Stone featured in Linux Format!

Edinburgh, continued!

October 25, 2018 by Mark Filion  |   News & Events

After three great days attending and catching up with the community at ELCE, Collaborans are continuing their stay in Edinburgh to take part in the GStreamer Conference & Hackfest, the Linux Media Summit and the Automated Testing Summit.

Edinburgh, continued!

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