FreeBSD Multimedia Resources List
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Tag: matthieu herrb
Interview with Matthieu Herrb about Xenocara
Added: 09 April 2007
Tags: bsdtalk, interview, xenocara, matthieu herrb
Ogg version (14 minutes), MP3 version (7 Mb, 14 minutes)
Interview with Matthieu Herrb about Xenocara.
EuroBSDCon 2008 - Matthieu Herrb - Input handling in wscons and X.Org
Added: 22 October 2008
Tags: eurobsdcon, eurobsdcon2008, wscons, x.org, matthieu herrb
MP3 (1 byte, 57 minutes), OGG (1 byte, 57 minutes), PDF (1 byte, n pages)
This talk will present the different layers that handle input, from the key that gets pressed or the mouse motion to the applications, all the way through the kernel drivers, X drivers and libraries, in the case of the OpenBSD/NetBSD wscons driver and the current and future X.Org server. It will cover stuff like keyboard mappings, touch-screen calibration, multi-pointer X or input coordinates transformations. It will show some problems of current implementations and try to show how current evolutions can solve them.
Matthieu Herrb is maintaing X on OpenBSD. I've been using X on various systems (SunOS, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Mac OS X,...) since 1989. He has been a member of the XFree86 Core Team for a short period in 2003 and is now a member of the X.Org Foundation BoD. Matthieu Herrb works at LAAS a research laborarory of the French National Research Agency (CNRS) both on robotics and network security.
The X.Org project provides an open source implementation of the X Window System. The development work is being done in conjunction with the freedesktop.org community. The X.Org Foundation is the educational non-profit corporation whose Board serves this effort, and whose Members lead this work.
The X window system has been changing a lot in the recent years, and still changing. This talk will present this evolution, summarizing what has already been done and showing the current roadmap for future evolutions, with some focus on how *BSD kernels can be affected by the developments done with Linux as the primary target.