AMD's Latest ROCm Effort: More Blogging With A New Blog Platform

Written by Michael Larabel in AMD on 20 February 2024 at 07:40 PM EST. 29 Comments
As many enthusiasts wait to hear from AMD more broadly supporting ROCm in an official capacity across consumer Radeon GPUs and/or hearing about better supporting more Linux distributions outside of the major enterprise Linux distributions, today AMD announced a new medium for their communications with the community: the "New AMD ROCm Software Blog Platform" will be rolling out.

Via the AMD Community Blog they announced the new AMD ROCm Software Blog Platform as a website to focus on talking about ROCm accomplishments and new improvements, etc. AMD has used blog posts on existing platforms to highlight optimizations, tips and tricks, ecosystem and partner solutions, and more. The new AMD blog platform will focus on much the same and the overall ROCm software ecosystem.


This post outlines the new ROCm blogging platform while the future posts will be found under Blog posts and any associated code assets, etc, will be available via this GitHub repository.

Frustratingly, the new ROCm blog platform does not appear to currently expose an RSS/Atom feed. It also just seems to further fragment the community/developer exposure of the AMD software ecosystem. Just as I've vented in the past with similar moves, it's just likely more fragmentation and less of a cohesive developer experience / centralized resource. I would have thought having all the ROCm content under would be most applicable and appropriately for reaching the masses. In any event we'll see how this new AMD ROCm Software Blog Platform works out and hopefully is backed by lots of exciting ROCm news to come.

Update: AMD has enabled an RSS feed for their ROCm blog!
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