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Samuel Iglesias 06/03/2015

My FOSDEM 2015 talk’s slides and video

As I said in a previous post, this year I attended FOSDEM to give talk about how to test our OpenGL drivers with Free Software. The slides are available online and the video recording has been recently released. Last but not least, I would like to...

Jacobo Aragunde 05/03/2015

New features in LibreOffice for Android document browser

The Document Foundation recently assigned one of the packages of the Android tender to Igalia; in particular, the one about cloud storage and email sharing. Our proposal comprised the following tasks: Integrate the “share” feature of the...

Michael Catanzaro 04/03/2015

Security and Privacy Roadmap for Epiphany and WebKitGTK+

I’ve laid out some informal thoughts on where we should be heading with regards to new security and privacy features in Epiphany. It’s in the form of a list of features we really ought to have. (That is, it’s a wishlist.) Most of these...

Iago Toral 03/03/2015

An introduction to Mesa’s GLSL compiler (I)

Recap In my last post I explained that modern 3D pipelines are programmable and how this has impacted graphics drivers. In the following posts we will go deeper into this aspect by looking at different parts of Mesa’s GLSL compiler. Specifically,...

Lorenzo Tilve 02/03/2015

Fosdem 2015

This is a good excuse as any other to retake the blog back to life. It has been a long, long time since I was writing here last time, and I have been doing quite different things since then. As part of the Igalia browsers team, … Continue...

Manuel Rego 25/02/2015

Grid Auto-Placement Is Ready

Back in June I wrote my first post about CSS Grid Layout automatic placement feature, where I was talking about finishing the support for this feature “soon”. At the end it took a bit longer, but finally this month Igalia has completed the...

Katerina Barone-Adesi 27/01/2015

Generating arbitrary test data

Most tests are useless without data, and the data they need to run can be fairly complicated. Generating a lot of data by hand sounds tedious, and would get rid of a lot of the advantages of generating tests; the flexibility and speed of having a large...

Katerina Barone-Adesi 27/01/2015

Improving Pflua's correctness with property-based checking

Creating a property-based tester and fixing several bugs - in one afternoonPflua, Igalia's implementation of Libpcap's filter language, is fast, and works very well. Like most software, it contains a few bugs, which unusual circumstances can...

Samuel Iglesias 24/01/2015

FOSDEM 2015

Next week  I am traveling to Brussels to attend FOSDEM but this time as speaker! My talk will explain why we need to test our OpenGL drivers with OpenGL conformance test suites, list the unofficial Free software ones and give a brief introduction about...

Jacobo Aragunde 22/01/2015

LibreOffice for Android at FOSDEM

Next week I’m flying to FOSDEM to let you know about our work in LibreOffice for Android, which has just been released in the Play Store. In my talk I will focus on the document browser, the new features we … Continue reading →