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FOSDEM 2020 - Recorded presentations (videos)

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Mark Filion
February 05, 2020

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If you weren't able to attend FOSDEM last weekend, you're in luck as all presentations were recorded! From KernelCI's new home, the latest on Zink (OpenGL on Vulkan), OpenXR & Monado, PipeWire in the automotive industry, JPEG2000, and GStreamer on the Magic Leap One, Collaborans gave talks in 6 different devrooms, as well on the main track. Below is the full list of talks given at Collaborans during the two-day conference in Brussels, with direct links to each recording.

You can also view any other talk given during the weekend by heading to the FOSDEM schedule and selecting the talk you're interested in. 

See you next year in Brussels!

Collabora @ FOSDEM 2020

Main track

Containers devroom

Game development devroom

Graphics devroom

Open Media devroom

Testing and Automation devroom

Embedded, Mobile and Automotive devroom

 

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