April 30, 2020 by Lubosz Sarnecki | News & Events
A new monado-service binary and out of process compositor has landed in Monado, the fully Open Source OpenXR runtime for Linux! Here's a demo of the compositor's new abilities running with the new Blender OpenXR VR Session.
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?
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)!
April 21, 2020 by Erica Ryoo | News & Events
In these times of disruption and uncertainty, how about some positive news for a change? Let's take a moment to celebrate the newest members of our engineering and administration teams: Mylène, Christopher, Melissa, Ricardo and Leandro!
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!
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.
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.
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.
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).
March 31, 2020 by Helen Koike | News & Events
Despite the challenges presented by COVID-19, Linux kernel development continues. Here's a look at the various projects Collaborans have been involved in, and the progress made in kernel 5.6, which was released over the weekend.
March 30, 2020 by Mark Filion | News & Events
This week, Daniel Stone and Tomeu Vizoso will be taking part in Linaro Tech Days, a series of technical sessions presented live online via Zoom webinar and streamed on YouTube. These sessions are free to attend and open to the public!
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.
October 18, 2018 by Alexandros Frantzis | Blog
For projects of any value and significance, having a comprehensive automated test suite is nowadays considered a standard software engineering practice. Why, then, don't we see more prominent FOSS projects employing this practice?
October 12, 2018 by Zeeshan Ali | Blog
After I started working for Collabora in April, I've finally been able to put some time on maintenance and development of Geoclue again. While I've fixed quite a few issues on the backlog, there has been some significant changes as of late.
October 10, 2018 by Martyn Welch | Blog
Like all software, Open Source software isn't without it's bugs and issues. However, thanks to the nature of Open Source, resolving or mitigating the issue you encountered can be quite the satisfying adventure when it comes to scratching the itch.
October 02, 2018 by Lucas Kanashiro | Blog
Last month, the first "MicroDebConf" took place at the Gama campus of the University of Brasilia. Here's a look at how this one day event came to be, and what was accomplished during that day.
September 18, 2018 by Ezequiel Garcia | Blog
When working on the Linux Kernel, testing via QEMU is pretty common. Here's a look at virtme, a QEMU wrapper that uses the host instead of a virtual disk, making working with QEMU extremely easy.
August 30, 2018 by Maxime Buquet | Blog
Earlier this month, Collabora sponsored & hosted the XMMP Sprint, the first developer event in the XMPP community in a long time. Here's a look at what was accomplished over the weekend, and what's next for this open standard.
August 29, 2018 by Guillaume Tucker | Blog
In addition to Collabora's work to add support in mainline Linux kernel for several Chromebooks, these platforms are now being continuously tested as part of kernelci.org. Here's how to set them up for kernel development & automated testing with LAVA.
August 27, 2018 by Robert Foss | Blog
Working with a git based project that has a defacto upstream repository means that you perioducally want to fetch the canonical master branch. This can be simplified with a .gitconfig alias.
August 21, 2018 by Emil Velikov | Blog
A look at the work and motivation behind implementing the Khronos EGLDevice extensions in Mesa. These extensions allow users of open source graphics drivers to cleanly describe & select which device to use in heterogeneous systems.
August 03, 2018 by Corentin Noël | Blog
GNOME Builder is an Integrated Development Environment designed for the GNOME ecosystem. It most notably features a deep integration to the Git version control system, allow to debug applications quickly and allow in-line documentation viewing.
August 01, 2018 by Robert Foss | Blog
Presenting a new, hardware-backed, software graphics driver, built upon the Mesa gallium driver framework, which uses kernel kms drm nodes for memory allocation.
July 04, 2018 by Arnaud Rebillout | Blog
Last week, a new version of docker.io, the Docker package provided by Debian, was uploaded to Debian Unstable. Quickly afterwards, the package moved to Debian Testing, the first time in two years that docker.io has migrated to "testing".
October 21, 2014 by Guy Lunardi | News and Events
Software engineering, quality assurance, project management, and Finance are all looking for great and talented people. Please check us out. https://www.collabora.com/about-us/careers.html
September 29, 2014 by Guy Lunardi | News and Events
Düsseldorf, Germany October 16-17, 2014: the GStreamer Conference is a conference for developers, decision-makers, community members, industry partners, and anyone else interested in the GStreamer multimedia framework or Open Source and cross-platform…
August 14, 2014 by Guy Lunardi | News and Events
Amsterdam, The Netherlands September 12-16, 2014: the essential global meeting place for everyone engaged in creating, managing and delivering the future of electronic media and entertainment technology and content. Collabora booth #8.B38c
August 11, 2014 by Guy Lunardi | News and Events
Vancouver, Canada August 12-14, 2014: SIGGRAPH, visit ARM at Booth #933 in the Mobile Pavilion to meet with Collabora. SIGGRAPH attracts 20,000 international attendees from across the globe and many creative and technical disciplines. It is the only…
August 05, 2014 by Guy Lunardi | News and Events
Cambridge, England August 5-8, 2014: With so many silicon vendors and OEMs visiting Cambridge England, August 5-8 transforms the univeristy town into the world's center of innovation for one week. Cambridge in August attracts international leaders in…
July 17, 2014 by Guy Lunardi | News and Events
Raspberry Pi Today interviews Collabora's Daniel Stone about Collabora and the Raspberry Pi Foundation's work on Wayland and WebKit.
June 19, 2014 by Guy Lunardi | News and Events
Tokyo, Japan July 1-2, 2014: The Automotive Linux Summit will bring together the most innovative minds from automotive expertise and open-source excellence.
June 19, 2014 by Guy Lunardi | News and Events
Collabora introduces our new brand and logo
Here are the online events we'll be attending in the coming weeks – join us!
23-25 January, Online
6-7 February, Online