Two bits of Linux driver news to share today, one quite big for AMD/Intel and the other on the smaller side for NVIDIA.
Starting with NVIDIA, following on from the Vukan Beta driver update on the 15th they did a quick-fix and put another up with 440.58.02 yesterday. The only noted fix is "a regression which added syntax errors into the default application profiles configuration file" and that was specific to Linux.
As a reminder, NVIDIA's Vulkan Beta driver isn't something you need to use, it's essentially their staging area for advanced features and API updates before going into their main driver. Good for developers and for extra Linux testing in some cases.
On the other side for AMD/Intel we have the huge Mesa 20.0.0 release that was also announced yesterday. The announcement was short and to the point, reminding people to stick with Mesa 19.3.x if they want stable drivers until the 20.0.1 release is out to fix up any lingering issues. This is because it's a major new release bringing in support for new GPU models, performance improvements, OpenGL 4.6 compliance and more.