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Linux 5.10: Freedreno/MSM Driver and Broadcom Ethernet

  • MSM Adreno DRM Driver For Linux 5.10 Has DisplayPort, Per-Process Pagetables

    Rob Clark who founded the Freedreno/MSM driver project and current Googler sent in the MSM direct rendering manager driver updates targeting the upcoming Linux 5.10 merge window. This time around the Adreno kernel graphics/display driver has some notable additions. With Linux 5.10 the MSM DRM driver now has DisplayPort output support for Adreno hardware with DP outputs.

  • Broadcom Has 200G Ethernet Link Speed Support Coming To Its Driver For Linux 5.10

    Broadcom engineers have prepared their Linux network driver infrastructure for supporting 200G link speeds. Coming to Broadcom's "bnxt_en" Linux network driver in Linux 5.10 are the necessary alterations for handling 200G links. It was back in late 2018 when Broadcom first announced the world's first 200G Ethernet controller utilizing 50G PAM-4 and PCI Express 4.0. Now as we approach the end of 2020 and prepping for an interesting 2021 of new hardware, bnxt_en is ready with this 200G Ethernet link speed.

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5 ways to conduct user research with an open source mindset

There are common beliefs about user experiences—the best ones are user-centered, iterative, and intuitive. When user experience (UX) research is conducted, user stories about these experiences are collected—but the research methods chosen inform user experiences, too. So, what makes for an engaging research experience, and how can methods evolve alongside products to better connect with users? Red Hat's User Experience Design (UXD) research team has the answer: a community-centered, open source mindset. As a UX writer on Red Hat's UXD team, I create new design documentation, empower team voices, and share Red Hat's open source story. My passion lies in using content to connect and inspire others. On our Twitter and Medium channels, we share thought leadership about UX writing, research, development, and design, all to amplify and grow our open source community. This community is at the heart of what we do. So when I learned how the research team centers community throughout their user testing, I leaped at the chance to tell their story. Read more