XDC2015 Is Coming Up In Two Weeks In Toronto
Written by Michael Larabel in X.Org on 3 September 2015 at 08:40 AM EDT. 8 Comments
X.ORG --
The XDC2015 conference is coming up in two weeks in Toronto, Canada, where there will be a wide-range of Linux graphics discussions.

Among the talk proposals are on atomic mode-setting, a status update on NVIDIA performance counters in Nouveau, the state of libinput, the state of DRM/KMS for Solaris, AMDGPU updates, hardware-accelerated graphics on micro-kernels, Mesa Continuous Integration, state of the graphics stack in DragonFlyBSD, and much more.

So far there's 45 attendees registered and it's great to see a lot of AMD developers listed, multiple developers from NVIDIA and Qualcomm, the usual Red Hat folks, plenty from Intel, and even one Canonical employee.

Unfortunately due to the trending rate of ad-blockers (and people not offsetting that through premium or tips), unfortunately XDC2015 is another year I won't be at the event in person (nor the Phoronix Oktoberfest gathering) but will be working on covering things live remotely via slides, information passed along, etc.

More details on XDC2015 can be found via the X.Org Wiki.
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