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9c9becde4d96f634090cc1295d87c7fcd690dcbf — Ruben Beltran del Rio 4 months ago eab21ab
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# Link: A Claxonomy of Mexico City’s Traffic

=> https://allegralaboratory.net/a-claxonomy-of-mexico-citys-traffic/ A Claxonomy of Mexico City’s Traffic
This is a wonderful collection and description of the noisy cars of Mexico City!

I didn’t know what to expect from the title, but after going through it I’d say the taxonomy is pretty much on point.
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# Link: A Claxonomy of Mexico City’s Traffic

=> https://allegralaboratory.net/a-claxonomy-of-mexico-citys-traffic/ A Claxonomy of Mexico City’s Traffic
This is a wonderful collection and description of the noisy cars of Mexico City!

I didn’t know what to expect from the title, but after going through it I’d say the taxonomy is pretty much on point.
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# Link: The first conformant M1 GPU driver

=> https://rosenzweig.io/blog/first-conformant-m1-gpu-driver.html The first conformant M1 GPU driver
> Conformant OpenGL® ES 3.1 drivers are now available for M1- and M2-family GPUs. 

> To become conformant, an “implementation” must pass the official conformance test suite, designed to verify every feature in the specification. The test results are submitted to Khronos, the standards body. After a 30-day review period, if no issues are found, the implementation becomes conformant. The Khronos website lists all conformant implementations, including our drivers for the M1, M1 Pro/Max/Ultra, M2, and M2 Pro/Max. 

The work the Asahi team is doing is simply incredible! I’ve been using the arch based flavor for a while now, and it’s been a great experience. I replaced i3 with sway now that hardware acceleration is working properly and it’s very smooth. Linux is blazing fast in Apple Silicon machines.

I know there’s still a lot of work to do, and I’m very thankful to the Asahi team for all of the effort. Can’t wait to see how it continues!

If you haven’t tried it, I recommend you give it a go!
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