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  • s2k15 Hackathon Report: Jonathan Gray on X Graphic Acceleration Improvements, afl fuzzer
    Our third report from the s2k15 hackathon comes from Jonathan Gray (jsg@):

    During the recent s2k15 hackathon in Brisbane I made another attempt to get acceleration working on newer Southern Islands/Graphics Core Next Radeon parts. As there is no traditional EXA acceleration provided by the xf86-video-ati driver for these the only option is glamor. Glamor used to be an external library but is now distributed as part of the Xorg X server. It works by creating an EGL context and provides OpenGL based 2D acceleration.

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  • LibreSSL 2.1.4
    Brent Cook (bcook@) posted:
    We have released LibreSSL 2.1.4, which will be arriving in the LibreSSL directory of your local OpenBSD mirror soon.

    This release adds a number of new security features, makes building privilege-separated programs simpler, and improves the libtls API.
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  • Errata for X Server Infoleak
    As reported by Ted Unangst (tedu@) on tech:

    Patches are now available to fix an information leak in the XkbSetGeometry request of X servers. For more information, see the X.org advisory.

    Read more...

  • Summer of Code 2015 Project Ideas Announced
    The OpenBSD foundation has published its Project Ideas List for this year's Google-sponsored Summer of Code. If you're a student with an appropriate background, this could be your chance to take a stab at contributing to the OpenBSD code base, with OpenBSD developers as your mentors.

    The Foundation and the OpenBSD project do not guarantee that SOC projects are accepted into the OpenBSD code base, but it's worth trying, isn't it?

    Check out the list and see if there's something there you want to spend most of the summer hacking on.




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