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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 …...

Jessica Tallon 25/01/2018

Hacking on User Space Networking

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Michael Catanzaro 24/01/2018

Announcing Epiphany Technology Preview

If you use macOS, the best way to use a recent development snapshot of WebKit is surely Safari Technology Preview. But until now, there’s been no good way to do so on Linux, short of running a development distribution like Fedora Rawhide. Enter...

Andy Wingo 17/01/2018

instruction explosion in guile

Greetings, fellow Schemers and compiler nerds: I bring fresh nargery!instruction explosionA couple years ago I made a list of compiler tasks for Guile. Most of these are still open, but I've been chipping away at the one labeled "instruction...

Asumu Takikawa 15/01/2018

Supporting both VMDq and RSS in Snabb

In my previous blog post, I talked about the support libraries and the core structure of Snabb’s NIC drivers. In this post, I’ll talk about some of the driver improvements we made at Igalia over the last few months. (as in my previous post,...

Frédéric Wang 12/01/2018

Review of Igalia's Web Platform activities (H2 2018)

Last september, I published a first blog post to let people know a bit more about Igalia’s activities around the Web platform, with a plan to repeat such a review each semester. The present blog post focuses on the activity of the second semester of...

Diego Pino 12/01/2018

More practical Snabb

Some time ago, in a Hacker News thread an user proposed the following use case for Snabb: I have a ChromeCast on my home network, but I want sandbox/log its traffic. I would want to write some logic to ignore video data, because that’s big. But I...