FOSDEM

FOSDEM is the Free Open-Source Developers' European Meeting that happens every February in Belgium for open-source and Linux/BSD enthusiasts.

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FOSDEM Articles & Reviews

An Open-Source, Reverse-Engineered Mali GPU Driver   Display Drivers   21 Jan 2012
Cleaning Up The Linux Graphics Driver Stack   Display Drivers   07 Feb 2010
How To Reverse Engineer A Motherboard BIOS   Motherboards   06 Feb 2010
Nouveau Companion 43   Display Drivers   19 Mar 2009
Embedding A Code Compiler With GPU Drivers   Display Drivers   14 Feb 2009
Intel On Rebuilding The X.Org Linux Desktop   Display Drivers   09 Feb 2009
RandR 1.3 Explained, Demonstrated   Display Drivers   08 Feb 2009
Keith Packard Talks X.Org At OSCON 2008   Events   23 Jul 2008
AMD Releases R300 3D Register Guide   Display Drivers   14 Mar 2008
Nouveau Companion 36   Display Drivers   05 Mar 2008
Extending Ubuntu's Battery Life   Operating Systems   29 Feb 2008
Gallium3D Status Update Q1'08   Display Drivers   24 Feb 2008
ATI/AMD's Open-Source Plans   Display Drivers   23 Feb 2008
Nouveau Companion 35   Display Drivers   14 Feb 2008

FOSDEM Linux News

Linux 5.0, Radeon VII, Intel Iris Driver & Other...   Phoronix   28 Feb 2019
FOSS-North Is Coming Up In Two Months As A Leading...   Linux Events   10 Feb 2019
The State Of Debian & Fedora On The RISC-V...   RISC-V   09 Feb 2019
Electron Apps Are Bad, So Now You Can Create Desktop...   Desktop   09 Feb 2019
GTK+ No More - It's Just GTK As Developers Prepare For...   GNOME   08 Feb 2019
IGT Is Helping Keep Intel's Display Driver & Other...   Intel   08 Feb 2019
KiCad Open-Source PCB Design Software Keeps Working...   Free Software   08 Feb 2019
ZFS Boot Environments Are Helping To Improve The...   BSD   08 Feb 2019
GRUB 2.04 Is On The Way This Year Along With Other New...   GNU   07 Feb 2019
A Detailed Look At The Speed Advantages To LLVM's LLD...   LLVM   06 Feb 2019
At Just Over One Year Old, LinuxBoot Continues Making...   Coreboot   06 Feb 2019
Zink Is Moving Ahead In 2019 As Mesa-Based...   Mesa   06 Feb 2019
Mesa 19.0-RC2 Released With Intel Transform Feedback...   Mesa   05 Feb 2019
RustPython Is Implementing Python 3 Within Rust   Free Software   05 Feb 2019
VLC 4.0 Media Player Eyeing New User Interface, Better...   Multimedia   05 Feb 2019
GStreamer Has An Exciting 2019 Planned With Some Big...   Free Software   05 Feb 2019
Using LLVM Clang To Compile The Linux Kernel Is...   LLVM   04 Feb 2019
LXD For Linux Containers Had A Very Fruitful 2018   Virtualization   04 Feb 2019
Waffle Is Still Cooking For X11/Wayland Agnostic...   X.Org   04 Feb 2019
NetBSD 9.0 Will Have Performance & Security...   BSD   04 Feb 2019
Greenfield Is Still Progressing As An HTML5 In-Browser...   Wayland   03 Feb 2019
GNU Hurd Can Build Around 75% Of The Debian Packages,...   GNU   03 Feb 2019
PipeWire Should Be One Of The Exciting Linux Desktop...   Free Software   03 Feb 2019
Netflix Continues Experiencing Great Performance In...   BSD   02 Feb 2019
Igalia's VkRunner Is Helping To Check The Quality Of...   Vulkan   02 Feb 2019
VIRTIO 1.1 Standard Moving Closer To Release With GPU...   Virtualization   26 Jan 2019
FOSDEM 19 Is Happening In Just Three Weeks, There Will...   Linux Events   13 Jan 2019
Fedora Had A Killer 2018, But It Will Be Interesting...   Fedora   31 Dec 2018
GNU Highlights Of 2018 From Hurd To GCC   GNU   27 Dec 2018
Mageia 7 Beta Finally Rolls Along For Testing   Operating Systems   07 Dec 2018
It Looks Like We Won't See An Open-Source NVIDIA...   Nouveau   06 Dec 2018
There's A New Libre GPU Effort Building On RISC-V,...   RISC-V   28 Sep 2018
Compute Support Is Moving Along For Nouveau   Nouveau   08 Mar 2018
Nouveau's NIR Support Inches Closer To TGSI Quality   Nouveau   21 Feb 2018
Clear Linux Is The Latest Distribution Figuring Out...   Clear Linux   21 Feb 2018
A Recap Of The Many Interesting Presentations At...   Linux Events   13 Feb 2018
Oracle Still Working On DTrace For Linux In 2018   Oracle   12 Feb 2018
A Look Back At Python 3.0 After 10 Years   Free Software   12 Feb 2018
Remember The EOMA68 Computer Card Project? It Hopes To...   Hardware   11 Feb 2018
Mir 0.30 Is Getting Buttoned Up For Release   Ubuntu   10 Feb 2018
The State of OpenJDK In Early 2018   Oracle   08 Feb 2018
GStreamer 1.14 Working On AV1 & RTSP 2.0 Support,...   Multimedia   07 Feb 2018
Developers Start Getting Excited For MySQL 8.0,...   Oracle   07 Feb 2018
Fedora's Power Tweaks Dropped The Power Use On A...   Fedora   06 Feb 2018
LizardFS Had A Busy 2017 But This Year They Will Be...   Linux Storage   06 Feb 2018
A 2018 Status Update On The Royalty-Free AV1 Video...   Multimedia   05 Feb 2018
GNU's Ring Continues Trying To Be Like Skype/WhatsApp...   GNU   05 Feb 2018
The State of RISC-V Hardware & Software In Early...   RISC-V   05 Feb 2018
~80 Patches Are Left For Having Intel i965 SPIR-V...   Mesa   05 Feb 2018
Jon Masters On Understanding Spectre & Meltdown...   Linux Events   05 Feb 2018
GTK4 Ejects The Mir Backend & Drops The Big GDK...   GNOME   05 Feb 2018
Genode Is Developing A GPU Multiplexer For Intel...   Operating Systems   05 Feb 2018
GNU Hurd Hardware Support Remains In Very Rough Shape...   GNU   04 Feb 2018
GFX-RS Continues Advancing For High-Performance,...   Mozilla   04 Feb 2018
Kodi 18 Is Coming But They Are Already Thinking About...   Multimedia   04 Feb 2018
A Cloud/Hosting Provider Is Using Coreboot On...   Coreboot   04 Feb 2018
Igalia's Battle Getting Chromium Running Nicely On...   Wayland   04 Feb 2018
GRUB 2.04 Should Be Released Later This Year   GNU   04 Feb 2018
Radeon Linux Graphics Stack, RadeonSI Shaders Update...   Radeon   03 Feb 2018
Nouveau Hopes For Basic Vulkan Driver This Year,...   Nouveau   03 Feb 2018
GTK+ 4.0 Targeted For Its Initial Release This Fall,...   GNOME   03 Feb 2018
FOSDEM 2018 Is This Weekend In Brussels   Linux Events   02 Feb 2018
FOSDEM 2018 Will Be Hosting A Wayland / Mesa / Mir /...   Linux Events   19 Nov 2017
WireGuard Could Soon Be On Its Way To The Linux Kernel   Linux Kernel   02 Nov 2017
Connor Abbott Is Valve's Latest Linux Graphics Driver...   Valve   08 Jun 2017
Qt Wayland Is Next Appearing On Tractors & Farm...   Qt   22 Mar 2017
Ryzen, Linux 4.11, Windows 10 & Kabylake Were...   Phoronix   01 Mar 2017
GNOME Maps 3.24 To Support Transit Routing   GNOME   15 Feb 2017
Futhark: A Pure, Functional Language For GPU Computing   Programming   15 Feb 2017
WireGuard Is Still Looking Good As A Linux VPN Tunnel   Linux Kernel   13 Feb 2017
Redox OS, MINIX, Hurd & Genode Had Their Time At...   Operating Systems   06 Feb 2017
Gentoo Developer: Is The Linux Desktop Less Secure...   Desktop   05 Feb 2017
AV1 Is Making Progress As A Royalty-Free Video Codec...   Multimedia   05 Feb 2017
Polymorph: A Libre Game Engine Making Use Of OGRE   Linux Gaming   05 Feb 2017
Corrode Is Still Advancing For Auto-Translating C Code...   Programming   05 Feb 2017
BSD @ FOSDEM 2017: Encrypted Disks, Go, CloudABI   BSD   05 Feb 2017
There's One Week Until FOSDEM 2017   Linux Events   28 Jan 2017
The Development Pace Of Systemd Fell Sharply This Year   systemd   30 Dec 2016
The Top GNU News Of 2016: Hurd, Libreboot, GCC, GRUB   GNU   29 Dec 2016
The Wayland Highlights Of 2016   Wayland   28 Dec 2016
Intel Graphics Driver SVM Support Back To Being Worked...   Intel   15 Aug 2016
GNU Hurd 0.8 & Mach 1.7 Released   GNU   18 May 2016
Wine 1.9.5 Starts Landing The D3D Command Stream Work   WINE   04 Mar 2016
Vulkan Completely Dominated This Month   Phoronix   29 Feb 2016
There Is One Week To Go To The Vulkan Webinar   Vulkan   11 Feb 2016
Chemnitz Linux Days 2016 Is Happening In Just Over One...   Linux Events   07 Feb 2016
What Systemd Developers Want To Change With Linux...   systemd   06 Feb 2016
How To Go About Reverse Engineering Video Decoding   Standards   03 Feb 2016
Why Enlightenment & Tizen Love Wayland   Wayland   03 Feb 2016
Enlightenment 0.20.4 Released With A Number Of Wayland...   Desktop   02 Feb 2016
Illumos Continues To Let OpenSolaris Live On   Oracle   02 Feb 2016
The Open-Source Vivante DRM Driver Has A Promising...   Linux Kernel   01 Feb 2016
LLVM Continues To Dominate Across Many Operating...   LLVM   01 Feb 2016
VLC 3.0 Remains Under Development While VLC 4.0 Will...   Multimedia   01 Feb 2016
Haiku OS Powered By BSD? It's A Possibility   BSD   01 Feb 2016
The Intel Mesa Driver Has Gotten Faster Since...   Mesa   01 Feb 2016
Intel Open-Source Developer Talks About Vulkan   Vulkan   31 Jan 2016
Shader Image Support For The Gallium3D Mesa State...   Mesa   31 Jan 2016
GNU Hurd Is Working On Sound Support, Still Lacks...   GNU   31 Jan 2016
Exploiting The Full Potential Of ZFS On BSD Systems   BSD   30 Jan 2016