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I’ve been working on FreeBSD for Intel for almost 6 months now. In the world of programmers, I am considered an old dog, and these 6 months have been all about learning new tricks. Luckily, I’ve found myself in a remarkably inclusive and receptive community whose patience seems plentiful.
The DRM (direct rendering manager, not the content protection stuff) graphics
subsystem in the linux kernel does not have a generic 2D accelaration API.
Despite an awful lot of of GPUs having more or less featureful blitter
As I mentioned two weeks ago, I’ve transitioned into a new role at Intel. The team is very new and so a lot of my part right now is helping out in organizing the game plan. Last week I attended BSDCan 2018 as well as the FreeBSD dev summit. That trip in addition to feedback […]
After 8 years of doing graphics driver development in i915, i965, and misc for Intel, I have decided to take on other things. I will remain at Intel, and be working on… FreeBSD development. It’s a pretty vague gig at the moment, so I’d be happy to hear of areas in FreeBSD that you think […]