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Mark Filion
March 22, 2017

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Fresh off the press!

Check out the latest issue of Linux Format magazine (Issue #222 - April 2017) for our new monthly column on all things Open Source, including graphics, multimedia and more!

First up: Mesa 17.0 & OpenGL 4.5

With nearly 2,500 commits from over 120 developers, Mesa 17.0 is without a doubt a hefty upgrade over the previous development release.

In our first column, Guy Lunardi, Vice President at Collabora, takes a look at the latest release of this open source 3D graphics library, which was made available in February.
 

Linux Format - April 2017

 

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