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“Where” is Ozone now?

The “Ozone” abstraction. Within Chromium, an abstraction known as “Ozone” has been in development for many years. It is believed to be very important for Chromium’s design that heavily relies on dependency inversion, which helps to isolate high and low level components that communicate through interfaces. It is also designed with the interface segregation in […]

Chrome/Chromium on Wayland: The Waylandification project.

It has been a long time since I wrote my last blog post and since I wrote about something that I and my colleagues at Igalia have been working for the past 4 years. I have been postponing writing this post waiting until something big happens. Well, something big just happened… If you already know […]

Chromium with Ozone/Wayland: BlinkOn9, dmabuf and more refactorings…

It has been quite a long while since we wrote blogs about our Chromium Ozone/Wayland effort, and there are a lot of news right now. Igalia participated in the BlinkOn9 conference and gave a talk ( about the Ozone/Wayland support, and had many discussions on how to continue with upstreaming desktop integration related patches for […]