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Qt 5.2 Planned For November Release, KF5 Features

With the Qt 5.1 release being one month behind us, Lars Knoll at Digia has begun announcing some of his Qt 5.2 plans. This next update to the Qt5 platform is expected to officially arrive in November and with it will come new features, including for the enablement of KDE...

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Optimizing Preemption in the Linux Kernel

The kernel's lowest-level primitives can be called thousands of times (or more) every second, so, as one might expect, they have been ruthlessly optimized over the years. To do otherwise would be to sacrifice some of the system's performance needlessly. But, as it happens, hard-won performance can slip away over...

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Patterns and Practices for Open Source Software Success

How do you create a successful free or open source software project? There are two parts to success: read more...

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Mir 0.0.9 Display Server Fixes Lag, VT Switching

For those following Mir Display Server development now that it's living in Ubuntu 13.10, Mir 0.0.9 has been released...

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GNOME Display Settings Now Working On Wayland

In addition to the Hawaii Weston Shell update and better touch input support on Weston, there's some more good news for Wayland: the GNOME Display Settings is now working on Wayland via a new Dbus interface...

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Linux Graphics News

The graphics stack in Linux comprises a number of distinct projects, and in this article we'll take a look at the current development of X.org, Wayland, and Cairo. more>>...

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