Eight Collabora Developers Have Contributed 33 Patches to the Linux 4.16 Kernel

Linux kernel 4.16 was released over the weekend none other than Linus Torvalds, and it’s the most advanced kernel branch for Linux-based operating systems. It comes with numerous updated drivers for an extra layer of performance improvements, but also to support newer hardware, as well as various other goodies. Collabora’s devs are usually known for their generous contributions to the Linux kernel, yet, this time, they managed to add a total of 33 patches, which were submitted by a total of eight developers. At the same time, they also reviewed by tag 34 patches, signed-off by tag no less than 74 patches, and stamped tested by tag 4 patches.