Projects in the topic graphics

Make spiv full featured image viewer and release GFXprim RC1

an invention by metan


The RC0 release is out since the last hackweek see GFXprim pages. From that point 187 patches with various fixes, new features and new tests went in. New features includes support for various file formats, fixes and enhancements in python bindings, speedups, CMYK support, better documentation and more. Now it's about the time for RC1.

Updated about 5 years ago. No love.

make openSUSE working on Sony Xperia Tablet Z

a project by sleep_walker

Look once again on Xperia Tablet Z and try to have there openSUSE running natively as alternative operating system. I'm able to work on that only during my vacations or hackweeks so

Updated about 3 years ago. 3 hacker ♥️.

Trivialine - an Online Multiplayer Trivia

a project by cyntss

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We have the pleasure to introduce you to the first Online Multiplayer Trivia:

Updated 3 months ago. 11 hacker ♥️.

Better Boot Screens with BPAEngine (Plymouth)

a project by mdeniz

This project is about hacking and pushing further an engine called BPAEngine written in plymouth that enable people to develop better boot screens without much effort. Having those new boot screens in our distributions would be great. Plymouth is a "basic" scripting language for developing boot screens (See some Fedora examples running). Our openSUSE distributions have their own plymouth themes packaged on the branding-openSUSE package. And in my opinion they are very basic..., just a dot moving in 3 positions with the nice background and a logo.

Updated 3 months ago. 3 hacker ♥️.

Design the 2021 Open Build Service sticker

a project by hennevogel


2019 sticker

Updated 3 months ago. 7 hacker ♥️. 1 follower.

Create a DRM driver for Matrox desktop cards

a project by tdz

(was: Create a DRM driver for Matrox G200) Even after 20 years, the Matrox G200 series is still an excellent 2d graphics card. Unfortunately, there's only an fbdev driver and a user-space driver. Both are obsolete, as modern Linux uses the DRM framework for managing graphics cards. There already is a DRM driver for the G200 server series. This driver is under-maintained and doesn't work with desktop chips.

Updated 23 days ago. 4 hacker ♥️.

SUSE incarnation of the Party Parrot

an invention by rsimai

The Parrot seems to have many fans meanwhile, in particular since we're running at SUSE. Some may find these emoticons distracting, some find it just cool and I would certainly love to see something like the Partyparrot but as a "SUSE parrot", probably someone manages to make the SUSE Geeko move in a similar fashion, as party_geeko. Finally I'd love to see this uploaded to the under "Party Guests". Because clearly the Geeko insists! :-) Bonus: do the same with TUX for total ssǝuızɐɹɔ

Updated 3 months ago. 6 hacker ♥️. 2 followers.

Support for DRM platform drivers

an invention by tdz

This project could get us rid of the last fbdev drivers we're stil shipping: efifb and vesafb. Platform drivers handle hardware that is not auto-detected, but somehow there. For graphics this would be VGA, VESA, or UEFI framebuffers. In SUSE Linux, we currently support VESA and UEFI with fbdev drivers. Those load early in the boot process and maintain graphics hardware until the actual driver takes over.

Updated about 1 year ago. 3 hacker ♥️. 1 follower.

DRM driver for USB-based SiS graphics cards

a project by tdz

Back in the late 90s to early 2000s, SiS graphics chips were fairly common and found in many low-end devices. Today, the chips are still capable enough for simple graphics needs, but the graphics cards were on PCI and AGP buses. They are not usable in modern computers. However, there exist USB-based graphics cards with a SiS 315 graphics chip. Those are around on Ebay et al [1] and easily usable with current computers. I already do have a driver for the old PCI-based SiS drivers and have long been struggling to find something useful to do with it. Converting it to serve USB devices would finally make it useful.

Updated about 1 year ago. 3 hacker ♥️. 1 follower.

Learn DaVinci Resolve

a project by psimons

Project Description

I've been using open-source video editing software like Shotcut before and I used to be pretty happy with it. Nowadays, however, I need more sophisticated workflows that allow me to process n-log video, do color grading, synchronize video and audio from multiple sources, have better looking effects, and so on. I've reached the point where Shotcut just can't do what I would like it to.

Updated about 1 year ago. 3 hacker ♥️. 1 follower.