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March 14, 2023 by Frédéric Plourde | News & Events
We're proud to announce that Monado, the free and open source XR platform, has been accepted as a mentoring organization for XROS, the XR Open Source Fellowship Program.
March 13, 2023 by Mark Filion | News & Events
As a recent new member of STMicroelectronics' Partner Program, we're excited to be showcasing the STM32MP1 at Embedded World this week, our first demo featuring the STM32 platform.
March 10, 2023 by Rebecca McKeever | Blog
Since joining the graphics team at Collabora as a Software Engineering Intern last November, I have implemented several Vulkan API extensions for NVK, an open-source Vulkan driver for NVIDIA hardware in Mesa.
March 09, 2023 by Kara Bembridge | News & Events
Nestled in the historic city of Nuremberg, the annual Embedded World conference will be taking place from March 14 to 16. Collabora will be set up in Hall 4, Booth 4-404, with plenty of space to connect and multiple demos to showcase
March 03, 2023 by Rafael Garcia Ruiz | Blog
Rewriting bmaptool in Rust to remove Python dependencies, create statically linked binary, and allow the bmap sparse file format to be used in other Rust projects.
February 24, 2023 by Moses Turner | News & Events
Work on this new tracking method started around January 2022. Now, after a little over a year of development, Monado's "Mercury" hand tracking is finally ready for the public to use!
February 23, 2023 by Boris Brezillon | News & Events
A look into the new job-scheduling model with Mali GPUs, their support in the new PanCSF DRM driver, and what it means as the rest of the ecosystem also moves to firmware-assisted scheduling.
February 21, 2023 by Daniel Almeida | News & Events
With more SoC support, a new V4L2 driver and a new dma-buf locking convention among its contributions, Collabora was one of the most active employers for this latest kernel development cycle.
February 17, 2023 by Muhammad Usama Anjum | Blog
Just over a year has passed since the futex_waitv() syscall, part of the new futex2 systems calls, landed in Linux 5.16. But why are both needed? What role do they play in the context of gaming on Linux? Let's find out.
February 08, 2023 by Olivier Crête | News & Events
Improved support for hardware accelerated video decoders, new GTK+ integration for Wayland rendering, and further Meson enhancements to make GStreamer shine on embedded, Collabora's multimedia team made a number of key contributions for this latest release.
February 02, 2023 by Faith Ekstrand | Blog
Over the course of the last decade, Rust has emerged as a new programming language for writing safe low-level code. This blog post is the first in a series exploring the area of using Rust to write Mesa Vulkan drivers.
January 20, 2023 by Kara Bembridge | News & Events
After two years of hosting the event virtually, Brussels will once again welcome attendees on February 4 & 5 on the old stomping grounds of the ULB Solbosch Campus. Collabora will be presenting 8 different talks, in 7 devrooms as well as on the main track!
January 26, 2017 by Gustavo Padovan | Blog
In the last two articles we talked about how Explicit Fencing can help the graphics pipeline in general and what happened on the effort to upstream the Android Sync Framework. Now on the third and final post of this series we will go through the Explicit…
January 24, 2017 by Tomeu Vizoso | Blog
Last month I gave a short talk about the Chamelium board from the ChromeOS team, a board that is getting more and more usage outside of Google as it can help you automate the testing of your display (and not only!) code and hardware.
January 16, 2017 by Frédéric Dalleau | Blog
A look at the fundamentals of building and booting a kernel in QEMU using debootstrap, so you have the needed infrastructure to test your kernel changes in QEMU.
December 14, 2016 by Gustavo Padovan | Blog
Linux Kernel 4.9 was released this week and once more Collabora developers took part on the kernel development cycle. This time we contributed 36 patches by 11 different developers, our highest number of single contributors in a kernel release ever. Remember…
November 22, 2016 by Gustavo Noronha | Blog
Our ongoing work on improving WebKitGTK+ performance brought us to take a closer look as to why GTK+ was experiencing significant speed issues when used with Wayland and HiDPI screens, revealing the root cause to be within the lower level toolkit.
November 08, 2016 by Tomeu Vizoso | Blog
Almost all of Collabora's customers use the Linux kernel on their products. Often they will use the exact code as delivered by the SBC vendors and we'll work with them in other parts of their software stack. But it's becoming increasingly common for our…
November 03, 2016 by Olivier Crête | Blog
In the first part of my review of Collabora's participation in GStreamer 1.10, I discussed the work done by Guillaume & Nicolas around leak tracing, acoustic echo cancellation, Wayland, V4L, etc. Today, I'll go over the contributions from the rest of…
November 02, 2016 by Olivier Crête | Blog
Yesterday, we celebrated the release of GStreamer 1.10, the culmination of 7 months of very hard work from the GStreamer community. Collabora's multimedia team is extremely proud of our contributions to this new major feature release.
October 25, 2016 by Héctor Orón Martínez | Blog
In the previous post, I gave an overview of the Open Build Service software architecture. In this second part, a tutorial on setting up a package build with OBS from Debian packages is presented.
October 24, 2016 by Héctor Orón Martínez | Blog
openSUSE distributions’ build system is based on a generic framework named Open Build Service (OBS), I have been using these tools in my work environment, and I have to say, as Debian developer, that it is a great tool. In this blog post I plan for you…
October 18, 2016 by Gustavo Padovan | Blog
In the first part we covered the main concepts behind Explicit Synchronization for the Linux Kernel. Now in the second part of the series we are going to look to the Android Sync Framework, the first (out-of-tree) Explicit Fencing implementation for the…
October 13, 2016 by Lubosz Sarnecki | Blog
Being someone who has already experimented with two transformation box approaches for Pitivi in the past, maintainers thought I might be the right person to do a modern one. Creating a user interface for a video transformation requires three things: the…
September 12, 2019 by Mark Filion | News & Events
Showcasing two brand new Open Source software demonstrations featuring the Xilinx high-performance Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC, and the Magic Leap One augmented reality headset.
September 06, 2019 by Joey Ferwerda | News & Events
With the recent release of the OpenXR 1.0 specification, the presence of numerous Open Source platforms for Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, and a growing community of developers, the need for a collaborative Open Source XR Conference became clear.
August 20, 2019 by Mark Filion | News & Events
Starting tomorrow, Collabora will be exhibiting & speaking at Embedded Linux Conference North America (ELCNA), the premier vendor-neutral technical conference for companies and developers using embedded Linux.
August 02, 2019 by Mark Filion | News & Events
This weekend, Collaborans are in São Paulo, Brazil, to take part in the third edition of Linux Developer Conference Brazil, a conference which aims to take the Brazilian Linux development community to the international level.
July 30, 2019 by Lubosz Sarnecki | News & Events
Today, we are very excited to announce xrdesktop, a new open source project sponsored by Valve, enabling interaction with traditional Linux desktop environments, such as GNOME and KDE, in VR.
July 25, 2019 by Andrej Shadura | News & Events
With DebConf19, the annual conference for Debian contributors and users, in full swing this week in Curitiba, Brazil, what better time to look at the contributions made by Collaborans to the latest Debian release!
July 17, 2019 by Gabriel Krisman Bertazi | News & Events
With 11 engineers authoring, reviewing and testing nearly 170 patches for this latest release, Collabora ranked 8th in the list of most active employers by lines changed, sharing ranks with some of the prominent employers in Linux kernel development.
June 21, 2019 by Jassie Badion | News & Events
For many, June 21, day of the Solstice, is a day of celebrations. At Collabora, we're also celebrating, as we take a moment to welcome all the newest members of our engineering and administration teams who've joined over the last year!
May 30, 2019 by Mark Filion | News & Events
A few days ago, coding began for this year's Google Summer of Code (GSoC) projects. Along with four GStreamer and Wayland related projects, this year's edition also includes two Debian projects for which Collaborans will be mentors.
May 09, 2019 by André Almeida | News & Events
Earlier this week, Linux Kernel 5.1 was released, and with it came over 13,000 commits from developers all around the world, including Collaborans. This time around, no less than 12 different developers contributed commits (64), sign-offs (111) & more.
May 06, 2019 by Aaron Boxer | News & Events
After a year-long development cycle, the much anticipated release was made available recently. With it came a number of exciting new features we're especially proud of, including per-element latency tracer and support for planar or non-interleaved audio.
April 09, 2019 by Nicolas Dufresne | News & Events
Collabora contributes elements implementing the RIST Simple Profile to GStreamer. This specification adds retransmissions to RTP streams in a way that it compatible with existing broadcast encoders and decoders.
Here are the events we'll be attending in the coming weeks – come say hello!
March 8-9, Berlin, Germany
March 14-16, Nuremberg, Germany
April 24-26, Brno, Czech Republic