Roughly a year ago at Mozilla we started an effort to improve Firefox stability on Linux. This effort quickly became an example of good synergies between FOSS projects.
This week the Servo project took a significant next step in bringing community-led transformative innovations to the web by announcing it will be hosted by the Linux Foundation. Mozilla is pleased to see Servo, which began as a research effort in 2012, open new doors that can lead it to ever broader benefits for users and the web. Working together, the Servo project and Linux Foundation are a natural fit for nurturing continued growth of the Servo community, encouraging investment in development, and expanding availability and adoption.
If you’re new at developing VR content, maybe you’ve recently switched to a Windows PC. Coming from Mac and Linux systems, switching to and from Windows can be a challenge. If this is your situation too, here’s a walkthrough of one developer's setup for working with virtual reality, that maintains the comfort of a familiar context and minimizes disruptive context switches.