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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

Event: InfoComm 2015

March 20, 2015 by Guy Lunardi  |   News and Events

Orlando, USA - from 17/06/2015 to 19/06/2015: we'll be exhibiting at InfoComm 2015, the largest event for professional AV in the world. Collabora booth 5469

Event: InfoComm 2015

Event: GENIVI AMM Stuttgart 2015

March 18, 2015 by Guy Lunardi  |   News and Events

Stuttgart, Germany - From 22/04/2015 to 22/04/2015: We will be exhibiting at the GENIVI Demonstration Showcase during the All Member Meeting.

Event: GENIVI AMM Stuttgart 2015

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

A new kselftest for verifying driver probe of Devicetree-based platforms

December 11, 2023 by Nícolas F. R. A. Prado  |   Blog

As we continue working to improve the kernel integration landscape on multiple fronts, this also means making better tests available for all. Working closely with the community, we have now landed a new, ready-to-use, kselftest in mainline Linux.

A new kselftest for verifying driver probe of Devicetree-based platforms

Thoughts on PipeWire 1.0 and beyond

December 06, 2023 by George Kiagiadakis  |   Blog

We can now confidently say that PipeWire is here to stay. But of course it is not the end of the journey. There are many new areas to explore going forward, especially in WirePlumber and the ecosystem that builds around PipeWire.

Thoughts on PipeWire 1.0 and beyond

Persian Rug, Part 3 - The warp and the weft

December 05, 2023 by Edmund Smith  |   Blog

Our look at the Rust crate for interconnected objects continues, as we examine how persian-rug really does tie the room together by providing a convenient container solution with a safety net to go along with it.

Persian Rug, Part 3 - The warp and the weft

Advocating a better Kernel Integration for all

December 01, 2023 by Gustavo Padovan  |   Blog

The testing ecosystem in the Linux kernel has been steadily growing, but are efforts sufficiently coordinated? How can we help developers and maintainers integrate code more efficiently? How can we mitigate maintainer burnout?

Advocating a better Kernel Integration for all

WirePlumber: Exploring Lua scripts with Event Dispatcher

October 30, 2023 by Ashok Sidipotu  |   Blog

With the upcoming 0.5 release, WirePlumber's Lua scripts will be transformed with the new Event Dispatcher. More modular and extensible with very little redundant processing, they will look and feel completely different.

WirePlumber: Exploring Lua scripts with Event Dispatcher

A roadmap for VirtIO Video on ChromeOS: part 2

October 02, 2023 by Daniel Almeida  |   Blog

This second installment explores the Rust libraries Collabora developed to decode video and how these libraries are used within ARCVM to eventually remove CrosVM's dependency on the Chrome codec stack.

A roadmap for VirtIO Video on ChromeOS: part 2

Persian Rug, Part 2 - Other ways to make object soups in Rust

September 27, 2023 by Edmund Smith  |   Blog

Why is creating object graphs hard in Rust? In part 1, we looked at a basic pattern, where two types of objects refer to one another. In this part we'll follow up in more detail and examine the different approaches that can be applied.

Persian Rug, Part 2 - Other ways to make object soups in Rust

WhisperSpeech: Exploring new horizons in text-to-speech tech

September 13, 2023 by Jakub Piotr Clapa  |   Blog

Text-to-speech (TTS) models are playing a transformative role, from enriching audiobooks to enhancing podcasts and even improving interactions with chatbots. Meet WhisperSpeech, an Open Source text-to-speech model developed by Collabora.

WhisperSpeech: Exploring new horizons in text-to-speech tech

Bridging IIO and Input in Linux

August 21, 2023 by Eugen Hristev  |   Blog

In Linux, the Industrial Input/Output subsystem manages devices like Analog to Digital Converters, Light sensors, accelerometers, etc. On the other hand, the Input subsystem handles keyboards, mice, touchscreens, and any device that has a human interface.

Bridging IIO and Input in Linux

Pushing testing laboratory performance limits by benchmarking LAVA - Part 1

August 10, 2023 by Paweł Wieczorek  |   Blog

Collabora's main testing laboratory has grown to automate testing on over 150 devices of about 30 different types. The lab receives job submissions from several CI systems, e.g. KernelCI, MesaCI, and Apertis QA.

Pushing testing laboratory performance limits by benchmarking LAVA - Part 1

Persian Rug - It really ties the Rust room together

August 09, 2023 by Edmund Smith  |   Blog

Rust is a modern language known for its memory safety, efficiency, and wide range of high-level features. But many beginners also run into something else in Rust: how surprisingly difficult it is to represent some common designs.

Persian Rug - It really ties the Rust room together

Triple Threat: The Power of Transcription, Summary, and Translation

August 03, 2023 by Marcus Edel  |   Blog

At Collabora, we're committed to bringing people together. That's why we're pushing state-of-the-art machine-learning techniques like Large Language Models, Speech Recognition, and Speech-Synthesis techniques.

Triple Threat: The Power of Transcription, Summary, and Translation

Bringing the FOSS XR community together

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.

Bringing the FOSS XR community together

Embedded in San Diego

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.

Embedded in San Diego

Linux Developer Conference Brazil 2019

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.

Linux Developer Conference Brazil 2019

Moving the Linux desktop to another reality

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.

Moving the Linux desktop to another reality

Collabora & Debian 10 (Buster)

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!

Collabora & Debian 10 (Buster)

Linux Kernel 5.2

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.

Linux Kernel 5.2

Welcoming the newest Collaborans!

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!

Welcoming the newest Collaborans!

Google Summer of Code 2019

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.

Google Summer of Code 2019

Linux Kernel 5.1

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.

Linux Kernel 5.1

Collabora & GStreamer 1.16

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.

Collabora & GStreamer 1.16

GStreamer support for the RIST Specification

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.

GStreamer support for the RIST Specification

Linaro Connect meets Panfrost

March 29, 2019 by Mark Filion  |   News & Events

Next week, Collaborans will be in Bangkok, Thailand, to participate in the 25th edition of Linaro Connect, a gathering of the world's leading open source engineers working on Arm. Tomeu Vizoso and Gustavo Padovan will be in attendance to present Panfrost.

Linaro Connect meets Panfrost

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