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Manuel Rego 27/04/2017

10 years at Igalia

Monday 9th April 2007… that was my first day working at Igalia, a really important day in my life.

Asumu Takikawa 20/04/2017

Upstreaming Snabbwall

As you may have seen from my previous blog posts (one and two), at Igalia we have been working on a layer–7 firewall app called Snabbwall. This project is now coming to a close, as we’ve just completed the sixth and final milestone. The...

Samuel Iglesias 20/04/2017

ARB_gpu_shader_fp64 support on IvyBridge finally landed!

We, at Igalia, have been involved in enabling ARB_gpu_shader_fp64 extension to different Intel generations: first Broadwell and later, then Haswell. Now IvyBridge support is finished and landed Mesa’s master branch. This feature was the last one...

Michael Catanzaro 15/04/2017

More On Private Internet Access

A few quick follow-up thoughts from my original review. First, problems I haven’t solved yet: I forgot an important problem in my first blog: email. Evolution is borderline unusable with PIA. My personal GMail account usually works reliably, but...

Michael Catanzaro 13/04/2017

On Private Internet Access

I’m soon going to be moving to Charter Communications territory, but I don’t trust Charter and don’t want it to keep records of all the websites that I visit.  The natural solution is to use a VPN, and the natural first choice is...

Manuel Rego 05/04/2017

Announcing a New Edition of the Web Engines Hackfest

Another year, another Web Engines Hackfest. Following the tradition that started back in 2009, Igalia is arranging a new edition of the Web Engines Hackfest that will happen in A Coruña from Monday, 2nd October, to Wednesday, 4th October. The hackfest...

Igalia 04/04/2017

Shipping CSS Grid Layout in major browsers

Grid Layout is shipped! Go try it!

Igalia 30/03/2017

Meet Igalia at the Open Networking Summit 2017

Meet us at ONS 2017 in Santa Clara, April 3-6!

Michael Catanzaro 24/03/2017

A Web Browser for Awesome People (Epiphany 3.24)

Are you using a sad web browser that integrates poorly with GNOME or elementary OS? Was your sad browser’s GNOME integration theme broken for most of the past year? Does that make you feel sad? Do you wish you were using an awesome web browser that...

Hyunjun Ko 23/03/2017

Libva-rust(libva binding to rust) in development stage

Since Rust language appeared in the world, I felt strongly this is the language I should learn. This is because: Rust guarantees to prevent from common bugs in C/C++ such as memory corruption and race condition, which are very painful to fix whenever...