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Nokia Reportedly Selling Off Qt

While word crept out last night that Nokia would be closing down their Brisbane office where several of the Qt components are maintained and developed, it looks like the Qt infliction is going much further. Nokia's now reportedly trying to offload Qt entirely.
1 August 2012 - Rumor - 50 Comments

Upcoming Linux Benchmarks For August 2012

In August on Phoronix will be more benchmarks of Mesa 8.1, a Linux review of the Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display, OS X Mountain Lion vs. Linux benchmarks, and other interesting articles (e.g. Valve's latest Linux activities) and performance benchmark results.
1 August 2012 - Phoronix - 4 Comments

PathScale Working On DogFood, A New Dev IDE

PathScale is working on a new project that is internally dubbed "DogFood", it's a new integrated development environment (IDE) based upon Qt Creator but with a greater focus on C++ and other new development concepts.
1 August 2012 - PathScale DogFood - 15 Comments

Nokia Slams Office Working On Qt Components

Word has leaked out that Nokia will be shutting down their Brisbane Australia office next month. This is the office that's responsible for developing and maintaining several Qt components.
31 July 2012 - Ouch - 35 Comments

KLANG: A New Linux Audio System For The Kernel

A developer has begun working on a new audio sub-system for the Linux kernel, which he is referring to as KLANG, the Kernel Level Audio Next Generation. KLANG was conceived after the developer became frustrated by ALSA, OSS4, and PulseAudio.
31 July 2012 - PulseAudio - 206 Comments

Freedreno Driver Gets Working Shader Assembler

Freedreno, the reverse-engineered open-source Qualcomm Snapdragon graphics driver, continues to advance. The latest accomplishment of the Freedreno Linux driver is that it now has its own working shader assembler, which means Freedreno can now work without any binary blob dependence.
29 July 2012 - Freedreno - 4 Comments

GLAMOR 0.5 To Advance 2D Over OpenGL

With the Radeon driver now supporting GLAMOR acceleration -- it works for all hardware, but for Radeon HD 7000 series and newer its the only way of 2D HW acceleration -- this 2D-over-OpenGL architecture became more interesting.
29 July 2012 - Coming Soon - 23 Comments

Apple OS X Mountain Lion vs. Linux

For those that somehow didn't hear yet, Apple released OS X 10.8 "Mountain Lion" on Wednesday.
26 July 2012 - Coming Soon - 9 Comments

Mono Working Close With Microsoft, Gets $12M USD

Xamarin, the company behind the controversial Mono software platform that was born by Miguel de Icaza and Nat Friedman when the Mono developers got let go from Novell, has announced a series-A financing round worth twelve million USD. They're also continuing to work closely with Microsoft.
24 July 2012 - Series-A - 58 Comments

Gatling: High-Performance Open-Source Server

After recently bringing up the G-WAN web-server, a Phoronix reader brought up Gatling. The Gatling software is a high-performance open-source web-server not known as widely as Apache, Nginx, or lighttpd.
22 July 2012 - Gatling Web - 14 Comments

G-WAN Web Server Claims Speed Records, Features

While it hasn't been talked about much recently, still in existence and seeing new releases is G-WAN, a free but binary-only web server. G-WAN makes claims of being much faster than Apache, IIS, Nginx, and other web-serving alternatives.
19 July 2012 - G-WAN - 59 Comments

Mesa, ALSA At GStreamer Conference 2012

The GStreamer Conference 2012 is approaching next month and there will be plenty of topics to interest Linux enthusiasts at Phoronix.
19 July 2012 - San Diego - 2 Comments

MythTV 0.26 Gets Ready For Video Playback

MythTV 0.26 Alpha was released this morning as the first development milestone for this open-source PVR/DVR project on its new expedited release schedule.
19 July 2012 - MythTV 0.26 - 4 Comments

Major Open-Source ARM Announcement Coming

There's a very exciting open-source announcement coming soon that will please an increasing number of ARM Linux users and fans of open-source graphics drivers.
13 July 2012 - Delicious - 17 Comments

Entangle: Controlling Your DSLR Camera From Linux

Entangle is an open-source program that allows for "tethered shooting" from Linux with digital SLR camera. A major update to Entangle last weekend introduces new features.
13 July 2012 - Entangle Photo - 3 Comments

Gummiboot: A Simple UEFI Boot Manager

For those looking to experiment with UEFI support on Linux, one of the alternatives to GRUB2 and efilinux is Gummiboot. The Gummiboot UEFI boot manager is an up and coming choice that's under active development for playing with EFI images.
12 July 2012 - Gummiboot - 17 Comments

How To Recruit Open-Source Developers

Wondering how you can recruit open-source contributors for your project? Here's how.
11 July 2012 - Contributors - 2 Comments

DisplayLink USB GPU Hot-Plugging On Linux

With the very latest X.Org code, DisplayLink USB GPU hot-plugging now works properly under Linux.
10 July 2012 - It Works Now - 4 Comments

Enlightenment E17 Is Going To Be Released

Enlightenment E17 is actually going to be released, claims the project. There's now a release manager responsible for getting this window manager out the door after this version of Enlightenment was started back in 2000.
9 July 2012 - E17 Enlightenment - 41 Comments

DebConf Managua 2012 Begins Tomorrow

DebConf 2012, this year's Debian event, will begin on Sunday and run through next week.
7 July 2012 - Kicks Off - 1 Comment

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