Collabora Developers Made a Record Number of Contributions to Linux Kernel 4.12

As you are aware, Linux 4.12 is one of the biggest kernels released, almost as big as the long-term supported Linux 4.9 kernel, and it looks like Collabora developers have also made a record number of contribution this cycle. In numbers, a total of 12 developers contributed no less than 76 patches to Linux kernel 4.12, not to mention that they also tagged numerous other patches. Among some of the most important contributions made by Collabora’s developers, we can mention an extra layer of performance improvements to virtual NVMe devices, an initial version of the Virtual Media Controller Driver (VIMC), porting of the QXL spice virtual GPU driver to atomic modesetting, and support for Coreboot to Google’s firmware memory console driver.