October 12, 2023
The fall conference season continues next week with the X.Org Developer's Conference, taking place from October 17 to 19 in A Coruna, Spain. Sponsored by Collabora, this event brings together developers with an interest in open graphics and is free to attend.
As usual, all the presentations on the main track will be live-streamed throughout the conference. Stay tuned for the link to view the stream, which will be available on the morning of October 17 on the XDC website and on our various social media networks.
If you plan on attending, please make sure to come say hello to the members of our graphics team, led by Daniel Stone. A number of them are also giving presentations and lightning talks during the conference, for which you can find the complete details below.
Collabora @ X.Org Developer's ConferenceNouveau/NVK update
Presented by Faith Ekstrand - Tuesday, October 17 - 8:10 UTC
Writing compilers in Rust
Presented by Faith Ekstrand - Tuesday, October 17 - 10:15 UTC
How does the Mesa3D CI manage to balance fast-paced development and quality of the code?
Presented by David Heidelberg - Wednesday, October 18 - 8:05 UTC
With great power comes less responsibility
Presented by Boris Brezillon - Thursday, October 19 - 7:15 UTC
Lightning TalksStop merging regressions - The Marge workflow
Presented by Helen Koike - Thursday, October 19 - 14:35 UTC
Focus on exciting development, delegate tedious dependencies update
Presented by Sergi Blanch Torne - Thursday, October 19 - 14:40 UTC
Please visit the XDC 2023 website for the full schedule. With plenty of talks to choose from, there's something for everyone in the open source graphics community.
See you there!
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