And suddenly trucks can carry more than twice as much food! The nation is saved!
Habanalabs open sourced a TPC LLVM compiler and library for their "Not-a-GPU" accelerators: https://lore.kernel.org/lkml/CAFCwf119s7iXk+qpwoVPnRtOGcxeuZb3rnihf6NWWoVT-4ODHA@mail.gmail.com/
It's the next episode in below drama – and it seems a step in the right direction due to a "line in the sand" by the #Linux #kernel devs: https://twitter.com/kernellogger/status/1436291350094401539
Happy to see the kernel size was reduced by ca. 8 KiB.
Ok we have @UMIDIGI@twitter.com GPL complience! Lets goooooooo!
iprint is your friend while decoding the hidden message in the balloons
Q: The effect will be a return to March 2002, which is not what anyone wants—or expects.
A: Are we sure that this is not what anyone wants?
Are you using GPIOs on your embedded system? Then you might be interested by the GPIO aggregator driver which allows to create virtual GPIO chips in Linux! See our blog post at https://bootlin.com/blog/gpio-aggregator-a-virtual-gpio-chip/ for more details!
Judging from the recent activity of Linus Torvalds on improving the Linux/m68k port, he must be either feeling very bored, or suffering from a midlife crisis ;-)
A variety of tags on Linux kernel commits
https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux.git/commit/?id=77347eda64ed5c9383961d1de9165f9d0b7d8df6 has a nice collection of tags.
Note that it lacks a "Co-Developed-by:" tag. While I could find 6 more commits with the same set of tags as the example above, I couldn't find a commit that also included the "Co-Developed-by:" tag".
More info about the tags can be found at https://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/process/submitting-patches.rst
This is the most ridiculous C64 demo ever and it was just released. You need to watch this. https://youtu.be/zprSxCMlECA
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