Timothy Miller and the Open Graphics Project
KernelTrap has an interview with Timothy Miller, a long time developer of graphics chips and drivers. He has observed that there is a growing trend by graphics hardware vendors to provide less and less information to free and open source operating system developers. Without this information, it is becoming more and more difficult to purchase new graphics hardware that is stable and reliable on Linux and other free and open source operating systems. In response, Timothy worked with his employer, Tech Source, to form the Open Graphics Project.
(Submitted by Jeremy Andrews Wed Jan 26, 2005 )
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