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Igalia 20/02/2018

Igalia at the Mobile World Congress 2018

Let's meet in Barcelona next week

Michael Catanzaro 17/02/2018

On Compiling WebKit (now twice as fast!)

Are you tired of waiting for ages to build large C++ projects like WebKit? Slow headers are generally the problem. Your C++ source code file #includes a few headers, all those headers #include more, and those headers #include more, and more, and more, and...

Michael Catanzaro 16/02/2018

On Python Shebangs

So, how do you write a shebang for a Python program? Let’s first set aside the python2/python3 issue and focus on whether to use env. Which of the following is correct? #!/usr/bin/env python #!/usr/bin/python The first option seems to work in all...

Diego Pino 15/02/2018

The B4 network function

Some time ago I started a series of blog posts about IPv6 and network namespaces. The purpose of those posts was preparing the ground for covering a network function called B4 (Basic Bridging BroadBand). The B4 network function is one of the main...

Igalia 14/02/2018

Apply for the Igalia Coding Experience Program!

Great opportunity to work on cool open source projects

Andy Wingo 07/02/2018

design notes on inline caches in guile

Ahoy, programming-language tinkerfolk! Today's rambling missive chews the gnarly bones of "inline caches", in general but also with particular respect to the Guile implementation of Scheme. First, a little intro.inline what?Inline caches are a...

Andy Wingo 05/02/2018

notes from the fosdem 2018 networking devroom

Greetings, internet!I am on my way back from FOSDEM and thought I would share with yall some impressions from talks in the Networking devroom. I didn't get to go to all that many talks -- FOSDEM's hallway track is the hottest of them all -- but...

Igalia 03/02/2018

Intel Mesa driver for Linux now conforms to OpenGL 4.6 Specification

The Linux implementation is up-to-date with the latest version of the OpenGL specification!

Igalia 02/02/2018

Igalia at FOSDEM 2018 (February 3-4)

Let's meet up this coming weekend!

Iago Toral 01/02/2018

Intel Mesa driver for Linux is now OpenGL 4.6 conformant

Khronos has recently announced the conformance program for OpenGL 4.6 and I am very happy to say that Intel has submitted successful conformance applications for various of its GPU models for the Mesa Linux driver. For specifics on the conformant …...