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Alyssa Rosenzweig receives Google Open Source Peer Bonus

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Mark Filion
April 20, 2020

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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!

The program has been active since 2011 and "rewards external open source contributors nominated by Googlers for their exceptional contributions to open source".

In Alyssa's case, she has been recognized for her ongoing work on Panfrost, the free, Open Source graphics software stack for modern Mali GPUs. The project has been progressing quickly, with experimental OpenGL ES 3.0 support landing in Mesa earlier this year. Stay tuned in the coming days for more updates!

Congratulations to Alyssa & all the other winners for this well-deserved recognition!

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  1. Daniel Martin:
    Apr 23, 2020 at 01:34 AM

    Well deserved Alyssa! Thanks for all your hard work!

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