Articles by Michael Tretter
In the second part of our review, we will focus, among other things, on the work of our graphics and multimedia team, which again covers the entire Linux stack, from the kernel to mesa to Pipwire, Weston and Webkit has accommodated a whole range of bug fixes, extensions and adjustments to cover the requirements of a wide range of customer projects.
Last Tuesday, Weston 13.0 has been released. The release contains several new features that have been developed and mainlined for our embedded systems' use cases. In this blog post, we would like to explain the new features relevant for us — multi-backend, OpenGL renderer for the PipeWire and VNC backends and overlapping outputs — and outline why those are important for embedded usecases.
Last month Pengutronix was present at the Embedded Open Source Summit (EOSS) in Prague. Thanks to all to all speakers for sharing your knowledge! In this blog post we want to shine a spotlight at a few talks that we found especially interesting. (Links to recordings will be added once the recordings are available.)