These are my links for September 30th through October 11th:
- NetBSD & Google’s Summer of Code: Lourival Vieira Neto – Provide support for dynamic NetBSD kernel extensions using the Lua language – Lunatik/NetBSD (luakern) – Dynamically extend your kernel with Lua. Very cool, and kind of scary… The packet-filtering idea seems like it could be pretty awesome though!
- Welcome to Synfig – powerful vector-based open-source 2D animation – “Synfig is a powerful, industrial-strength vector-based open-source 2D animation software package, designed from the ground-up for producing feature-film quality animation with fewer people and resources.”
- Walt Disney Animation Studios – Open Source – “Open Source Software has a special meaning for Walt Disney Animation Studios (WDAS). The Studio has a deep history of technological innovation, ranging from pioneering the use of digital methods for creating hand-drawn animation using the Academy Award® winning software, CAPS, to developing 3D painting and rendering techniques in Deep Canvas, also Academy Award® winning software. Through the years, the Studio has continued to innovate in all aspects of creating animated works. As the state of the industry has changed, allowing Open Source Software to become a common foundation for many technologies, WDAS has championed the use of and now contributes to such software. In short, we want to contribute back to the community; therefore, we have established this platform. We encourage you to investigate and use the technologies we are sharing. We also very much welcome your collaboration and contribution in these areas.” – awesome!
I wrote about about why these posts are being generated here: Sharing Links.