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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...

Carlos García Campos 20/03/2017

WebKitGTK+ 2.16

The Igalia WebKit team is happy to announce WebKitGTK+ 2.16. This new release drastically improves the memory consumption, adds new API as required by applications, includes new debugging tools, and of course fixes a lot of bugs. Memory consumption After...

Enrique Ocaña 20/03/2017

Media Source Extensions upstreaming, from WPE to WebKitGTK+

A lot of good things have happened to the Media Source Extensions support since my last post, almost a year ago. The most important piece of news is that the code upstreaming has kept going forward at a slow, but steady pace. The amount of code Igalia had...

Víctor Jáquez 17/03/2017

GStreamer VAAPI 1.11.x (development branch)

Greetings GstFolks! Last month the unstable release 1.11.2 of GStreamer hit the streets, and I would like to share with you all a quick heads-up of what we are working on in gstreamer-vaapi, since there are a lot of new stuff: GstVaapiDisplay inherits...

Manuel Rego 16/03/2017

CSS Grid Layout is Here to Stay

It’s been a long journey but finally CSS Grid Layout is here!

Andy Wingo 15/03/2017

guile 2.2 omg!!!

Oh, good evening my hackfriends! I am just chuffed to share a thing with yall: tomorrow we release Guile 2.2.0. Yaaaay!I know in these days of version number inflation that this seems like a very incremental, point-release kind of a thing, but it's...

Diego Pino 14/03/2017

Fosdem 2017

Fosdem is one of my favorite conferences. I guess this is true for many free software enthusiasts. It doesn’t matter how many editions it has been through, it still keeps the same spirit. Tons of people sharing, talking about their homebrew experiments,...

Andy Wingo 06/03/2017

it's probably spam

Greetings, peoples. As you probably know, these words are served to you by Tekuti, a blog engine written in Scheme that uses Git as its database.Part of the reason I wrote this blog software was that from the time when I was using Wordpress, I actually...

Andrés Gómez 28/02/2017

How to use Debian’s reportbug with Evolution

This is mostly a note pad for myself with quick instructions about how to create a bug report for Debian and edit it and send it with Evolution. reportbug is Debian’s tool for sending bug reports. Although it is a … Continue reading →