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Bringing kittens back to life - continuing story of open source graphics drivers

I can't say yet what this talk is specifically about as it is a secret until end of July/August. In genereal it is a talk on the open source graphics drivers situation going forward and the current state of play with the big 3 (Intel, AMD, NVidia)



Project: X.org, Nouveau 


Dave Airlie

Dave Airlie is a GPU driver hacker working on any graphics hardware that passes his way. He is a member of the X.org Foundation member and co-maintains the open source ATI driver. He is also the Linux kernel maintainers for the DRM and AGP subsystems. He is currently employed by Red Hat in Brisbane on the Desktop team.

Dave Airlie

Dave Airlie is a GPU driver hacker working on any graphics hardware that passes his way. He is a member of the X.org Foundation member and co-maintains the open source ATI driver. He is also the Linux kernel maintainers for the DRM and AGP subsystems. He is currently employed by Red Hat in Brisbane on the Desktop team.

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