Collabora Developers Have Contributed 36 Patches to Linux Kernel 4.7Aug 01, 2016, 23:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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Each new Linux kernel release is possible only thanks to the amazing contributions from various entities. Collabora developer Gustavo Padovan reveals in his latest blog post some of the contributions made by various Collabora developers in the new Linux 4.7 kernel release. According to him, a total of Collabora engineers contributed no less than 36 patches to Linux kernel 4.7. Among the contributions added by Collabora's devs, we can mention support for the Analogix anx78xx DRM Bridge, patches to fix two SD Card-related issues on OMAP igep00x0 hardware, the implementation of a separate module for the V4L2 Test Pattern Generator, improvements to the DRM documentation, DRM/VC4 (Raspberry Pi) fixes, intel-gpu-tools support for various platforms, and fixes for two Rockchip-related issues.
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