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For those interested, the video of Keith Packard's presentation at DebConf 2018 is now available to view.

DebConf is the annual Debian Developer’s Conference that's being held this year in Hsinchu, Taiwan that started on July 29th and it will end on August 5th. 

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It's not exactly new information, but it's a rather nice roundup along with some insights from Packard on his work. I always love hearing his talks, he's a really great speaker and always makes it so clear and interesting.

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kellerkindt 31 Jul, 2018
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Neat. Sad it takes at least until Ubuntu 19.04 or 19.10 to see the stutter-fixes, regardless of when those are actually implemented.

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mariuz 31 Jul, 2018
He also mentioned this video : Debian Games: Learn more about free software games in Debian
Creak 31 Jul, 2018
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Very interesting! And I hope we'll see these "fast paths" for non-VR rendering soon ;)
dpanter 1 Aug, 2018
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Very interesting talk, although the only topic with any substance was the stuttering situation. Really looking forward to this (r)evolution!
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