"Intel's Keith Packard announced earlier today that Intel was open sourcing graphics drivers for their new 965 Express Chipset family graphics controllers. From the announcement: 'Designed to support advanced rendering features in modern graphics APIs, this chipset family includes support for programmable vertex, geometry, and fragment shaders. By open sourcing the drivers for this new technology, Intel enables the open source community to experiment, develop, and contribute to the continuing advancement of open source 3D graphics.' The new drivers, available from the Linux Graphics Drivers from Intel website, are licensed under the GPL for Linux kernel drivers, and MIT license for XOrg 2D & 3D rendering subsystems."

Bene gia' so quale sara' la mia prossima video card, con lenovo che distribuisce laptop con linux preinstallato sembra che la musica cominci a cambiare... Questa e' una notizia importante... E' ora alquanto probabile che ATI (acquistata da AMD) seguira' a ruota... E a questo punto anche NVIDIA avra' ben poche alternative...

Tra l'altro le schede intel sono al momento le uniche che supportanto AIGLX...