Red Hat's Display/HDR Hackfest Scheduled For April
This Red Hat hackfest will be focused not only on display HDR capabilities but also variable rate refresh (VRR) and other new GPU/monitor technologies of relevance to the Linux desktop. The hope is to bring together all relevant parties from hardware vendors and driver developers as well as GNOME developers and those working on other levels of the stack. Ideally they will be able to hash out common APIs face-to-face during the hackfest and more easily work out other details.
This Display/HDR Hackfest has now been announced for happening from 24 April to 26 April in Brno, Czech Republic.
There is a Fedora post with the basic details of the event. The tentative attendance list and other details on this April hackfest can be found via the GNOME Wiki. Besides Red Hat engineers confirmed so far for attending, Canonical desktop engineer Marco Trevisan also will be there for (so far) some cross-distribution input as well from the Ubuntu side.