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Main Page Announcement: 2012 Media Subsystem Summit Once again, the Linux Media Subsystem looks to hold its own workshop, running along side and during the 2012 Linux Kernel Summit (KS/2012), being held, between August 26-28th, in San Diego, CA., U.S.A. Preliminary discussions about the range of topics and details for the forthcoming event can be found in a pair of threads on the mailing list (unfortunately, the discussion got fractured into two for some unimportant reason): If you wish to see particular subject matters addressed during the summit or are interested in participating in the series talks, now is the time to figure that all out! --19:32, 21 July 2012 (CEST) Look Out GSoC, Here Comes CSoC (Crope's Summer of Code) ! Main Page
Welcome - Compiz Fusion Wiki March 30th, 2011: Compiz 0.8.8 (stable) released! Source tarballs can be found here. September 26th, 2012:: Compiz 0.9.8.4 (development) released! Source tarballs can be found here. About Compiz - A small introduction on what Compiz is Frequently Asked Questions - Information about installation and common problems How to submit bug reports - What you should know before filing a bug report Project History - A clarification on the different projects that have resulted in the formation of Compiz Why we care about open source - A bit of ethical analysis as to why Compiz is free software and why we recommend that you use free and open source hardware drivers. Installing Compiz Welcome - Compiz Fusion Wiki
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