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Intel Iris Pro OpenGL Benchmarks On Debian 9 Testing

Yesterday I published Skylake Iris Pro Graphics benchmarks on Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE, Antergos, and Clear Linux using a Skull Canyon NUC. That was fun but then I decided to ring in the new year by running even more benchmarks, so if you're curious how the Debian 9 "testing" performance fits among these other distributions, here are those results.

1 January 2017 - Debian 9 Graphics - 2 Comments
Debian 9 "Stretch" Hits Transition Freeze

Debian 9 is stepping closer to being released with having hit the transition freeze this weekend. No new library transitions or package transitions on a large-scale will be permitted.

6 November 2016 - Debian 9 - 39 Comments
The State Of Debian's Paid Long Term Support Project

Started a few years back was Debian's Long-Term Support (LTS) project whereby releases were given five years of security support and this would also allow users to skip a release. This project, which is financed by sponsors, continues to make progress and provide for a more secure and longer-supported Debian.

9 July 2016 - Debian LTS - 59 Comments
New Details Emerge About Debian Founder Ian Murdock's Death

At the end of last year was the untimely passing of Ian Murdock, the founder of Debian who went on to work for Sun Microsystems during the Project Indiana days and then was employed by Docker. Details of Ian's passing have remained quite scarce besides it being reported as a suicide following a sporadic Twitter rant just before his death. New details have now come to light.

6 July 2016 - Ian Murdock Autopsy - 99 Comments

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