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Michael Catanzaro 15/06/2017

Debian Stretch ships latest WebKitGTK+

I’ll keep this update short. Debian has decided to ship the latest version of WebKitGTK+, 2.16.3, in its upcoming Stretch release. Since Debian was the last major distribution holding out on providing WebKit security updates, this is a big deal....

Igalia 14/06/2017

Igalia at the OPNFV Summit (Beijing, June 14-15, 2017)

We are happy to sponsor the event!

Maksim Sisov 09/06/2017

Running Chromium m60 on R-Car M3 board & AGL/Wayland.

It has been some time ago since my fellow igalian Frédéric Wang wrote a blog post about running Chromium with Wayland on Renesas R-Car M3 board. Since that time, we have made a great success with adding support of Wayland to Chromium with Ozone that...

Diego Pino 05/06/2017

Dive into Lightweight 4over6

In the previous articles I took a look at the status of the IPv4 address exhaustion problem. I also reviewed the current state of IPv6 adoption as well as covering some of the transition technologies that could ease the adoption of IPv6. One of these...

Igalia 30/05/2017

Meet Igalia at the Automotive Linux Summit!

Igalia in Tokyo during May 31 - June 2

Víctor Jáquez 30/05/2017

GstSpringHackfest2017: a quick report

Two weeks ago was the GStreamer Spring Hackfest 2017 and I am very happy about how it went. I have the feeling that most of the attendees had a good time, and made some progress in their projects. I want to thank all the people that participated, in some...

Jacobo Aragunde 30/05/2017

PhpReport 2017

Time for our yearly release of PhpReport! There has been a lot of activity during last year as a part of Igalia Coding Experience program. Thanks to Tony Thomas for having done a great work! These are my highlights of … Continue reading →

Diego Pino 30/05/2017

IPv6 deployment status and transition technologies

IPv4 has served us well for the last 35 years. But in a world of already exhausted address space its future seems uncertain. Everyone knew it wouldn’t last forever. However, most ISPs didn’t start deploying IPv6 networks actively until the address...

Diego Pino 25/05/2017

A brief history of IPv4 address space exhaustion

IPv4 address space exhaustion was a hot topic in the 90s, when everyone started to foresee that inevitable future. However, we’re still relying on IPv4 today. So, what has actually happened? Did anyone find a vast range of unused IPv4 addresses locked...