November 07, 2018
Over the last few years, Collaborans have been proudly contributing a monthly column to Linux Format (LXF), widely recognized as the #1 open source magazine. In the November issue (#243) of LXF however, while our regular column (this time on Video4Linux, written by Ezequiel Garcia) is alive and well, there's also something else worth highlighting!
This month's issue features a 6-page interview with none other than Collabora's Graphics lead, Daniel Stone! LXF's Jonni Bidwell met with Daniel in London earlier this Fall to take a deep dive in the Linux graphics stack, so if you're interested in getting a behind-the-scenes look, you're in for a treat!
"Collabora's Daniel Stone has spent nearly two decades hacking on the Linux graphics stack. A term that would send lesser men mad. But not Daniel. We caught up with the guru of pixel pushing in hip and tech-culture-steeped Shoreditch to talk Wayland, Atomic Modesetting and virtual reality. And to reminisce about sunny Melbourne."
Head over to your local newsstand, or to linuxformat.com, to get the latest issue!
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