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be0978386a970981e535fc691978b2566c6c612c — Ruben Beltran del Rio 6 months ago ced3dfd
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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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# 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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# Link: SourceHut's 2022 Financial report

=> https://sourcehut.org/blog/2023-03-27-2022-financial-report/ SourceHut's 2022 Financial report
> In summary, SourceHut continues to be sustainable, profitable, and growing. We continued to grow YoY between 2021 and 2022. We were able to make some significant investments, particularly in establishing a new datacenter presence in Europe, and we intend to expand this investment over the course of 2023 and 2024, and we have plenty of capital to invest in this and other business initiatives.

I’m happy to read this, sourcehut is a pleasure to use and I love its simplicity and how it goes against modern maximalist software trends. (not to mention the gemini support :P)

>  Users who contribute to projects owned by others are not expected to pay, and users who wish to own resources but cannot afford the subscription fee will be offered financial aid.

This, and the current honor system billings where you’re expected to pay according to your means while still getting the same experience is one of those things that make sourcehut a nicer project.

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I really hope sourcehut has another successful year, and you should consider it if you’re looking to move out of github (either because of their problematic relationship to policing and immigration[1], or their turn to proprietary software[2])

=> https://github.com/taotetek/WhyILeftGithub [1] policing and immigration
=> https://sfconservancy.org/blog/2022/jun/30/give-up-github-launch/ [2] proprietary software
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