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Intel, Radeon Drivers Become Friendly With Non-Root X Server

Improvements have landed so far into the Intel and Radeon X.Org drivers for better allowing the X.Org Server to run without root privileges.
3 April 2014 - X.Org - 11 Comments

GNOME 3.12 Puts The X.Org Log In The Systemd Journal

A useful tip shared by X.Org input expert Peter Hutterer is that with today's GNOME 3.12 release the GNOME Display Manager is no longer writing X.Org Server logs to the file but is being stored within systemd's journal.
27 March 2014 - Xorg.0.log - 10 Comments

Initial XWayland Support Looks To Land In X.Org Server 1.16

It looks like with the X.Org Server 1.16 release this summer there might finally be XWayland support for providing legacy X11 support within Wayland environments.
26 March 2014 - XWayland - 12 Comments

VMWGFX Enables DRM Render Nodes Support

VMware's VMWgfx virtual graphics driver stack has picked up some new capabilities.
25 March 2014 - VMware - 3 Comments

Keith Packard Issues Update On GLAMOR Core

There continues to be a lot of improvements to the GLAMOR acceleration architecture for 2D X11 over OpenGL.
22 March 2014 - GLAMOR - 2 Comments

This Year's X.Org Unexciting Elections Are Over

This year's X.Org Foundation Board of Director elections are over. The results are as you can guess with having four nominees for four seats.
20 March 2014 - Elections

GLAMOR Core Rendering Code Gets Rewritten

Just a day past the GLAMOR "mega series" code was merged into the mainline X.Org Server as the work of Intel's Eric Anholt, Keith Packard has revived his set of twenty core rendering patches.
19 March 2014 - GLAMOR - 2 Comments

X.Org Server's GLAMOR "Mega Series" Merged

Eric Anholt's big Intel patch-set to the GLAMOR acceleration architecture has now been merged for the mainline X.Org Server.
18 March 2014 - GLAMOR - 4 Comments

X.Org's Synaptics Driver Gets Big Changes, New Laptop Support

Peter Hutterer has announced a new development release of the xf86-video-synaptics 1.8 driver that is going to offer up many changes for this input driver common to Linux laptops/ultrabooks.
17 March 2014 - xf86-input-synaptics - 13 Comments

GLAMOR Patch Bomb Can Boost Some Operations By 700~800%

Eric Anholt at Intel OTC continues investing great amounts of time recently on improving the GLAMOR acceleration code that was merged into the X.Org Server for speeding up 2D acceleration using OpenGL. Eric is out this week with a set of 27 patches for review pertaining to this code.
13 March 2014 - GLAMOR - 18 Comments

More GLAMOR Changes Pushing For Performance Wins

Eric Anholt has published another major series of patches for GLAMOR.
8 March 2014 - GLAMOR - 10 Comments

GLAMOR Continues Advancing Greatly, Getting Faster

GLAMOR continues advancing for carrying out 2D X.Org acceleration via OpenGL.
7 March 2014 - GLAMOR - 16 Comments

X.Org Foundation Moving Forward With Possible Merger

The X.Org Foundation Board of Directors is continuing to work on their possible merger with the SPI organization.
6 March 2014 - X.Org - 7 Comments

GLAMOR Xephyr & DRI3 Support Called For Pulling

The Xephyr GLAMOR code and code that adds DRI3 support to GLAMOR has been called to be pushed into the xorg-server code-base for X.Org Server 1.16.
5 March 2014 - GLAMOR - 1 Comment

X.Org Foundation 2014 Elections Now Underway

The X.Org Foundation Board of Directors 2014 elections are now underway and should be less than contentious assuming enough votes have been casted.
26 February 2014 - X.Org 2014 - 4 Comments

X.Org To Participate In Google Summer of Code 2014

The X.Org Foundation has been accepted this year by Google as a Summer of Code organization so interested student developers can contribute to the X.Org Server, Mesa, Wayland, and related projects while being paid for their summer work.
25 February 2014 - X.Org GSoC

X.Org Server "Szechuan Hot Pot" Announced

Keith Packard has tagged a new developmental version of the X.Org Server.
24 February 2014 - X.Org Server 1.16 - 10 Comments

X.Org XDC2014 Conference Announced For Bordeaux

The annual X.Org Developers' Conference (XDC2014) has been announced this year to take place in early October in Bordeaux, France.
20 February 2014 - XDC2014 - 3 Comments

X.Org 2014 Elections: 4 Candidates For 4 Seats

The nomination period is now over for the 2014 X.Org elections.
18 February 2014 - Elections

GLAMOR Acceleration For A Faster Xephyr

The work by Intel developer Eric Anholt for accelerating the Xephyr X.Org nested server with GLAMOR has been posted to the X.Org developers' mailing list for review.
6 February 2014 - GLAMOR Xephyr - 5 Comments

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