Ten Collabora Developers Have Contributed 39 Patches to Linux Kernel 4.10

Among the most important contributions made by Collabora’s devs to the Linux 4.10 kernel, we can mention a patch for an issue with the Intel i915 graphics driver when waiting for fences, significant startup time improvements for various apps by implementing support for reading PCI revisions for sysfs, and support for the NVD9128 panel. Furthermore, they managed to enabled ULPI phy support for USB on i.MX development boards, add support for the Embedded Controller Sensor Hub of Google’s Chrome OS, implement a set of selftests for Sync File Framework, add general-purpose input/output (GPIO) support for the CP2105 USB serial device, as well as Explicit Synchronization support to DRM and KMS.

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