August 17, 1999

August 17, 1999

A report from the SIGGRAPH ‘99 Linux/OpenGL BOF meeting is now available.
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August 14, 1999

August 14, 1999

www.mesa3d.org is having technical problems due to hardware failures at VA Linux systems. The Mac pages, ftp, and CVS services aren’t fully restored yet. Please be patient.
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June 7, 1999

June 7, 1999

RPMS of the nVidia RIVA server can be found at ftp://ftp.mesa3d.org/mesa/misc/nVidia/.
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June 2, 1999

June 2, 1999

nVidia has released some Linux binaries for xfree86 3.3.3.1, along with the full source, which includes GLX acceleration based on Mesa 3.0. They can be downloaded from https://www.nvidia.com/Products.nsf/htmlmedia/software_drivers.html.
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May 24, 1999

May 24, 1999

Beta 2 of Mesa 3.1 has been make available at ftp://ftp.mesa3d.org/mesa/beta/. If you are into the quake scene, you may want to try this out, as it contains some optimizations specifically in the Q3A rendering path.
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May 13, 1999

May 13, 1999

May 1999 - John Carmack of id Software, Inc. has made a donation of US$10,000 to the Mesa project to support its continuing development. Mesa is a free implementation of the OpenGL 3D graphics library and id's newest game, Quake 3 Arena, will use Mesa as the 3D renderer on Linux. The donation will go to Keith Whitwell, who has been optimizing Mesa to improve performance on 3d hardware. Thanks to Keith's work, many applications using Mesa 3.
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May 13, 1999

May 13, 1999

For those interested in the integration of Mesa into XFree86 4.0, Precision Insight has posted their lowlevel design documents at www.precisioninsight.com.
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John Carmack made an interesting .plan update yesterday

May 1, 1999

John Carmack made an interesting .plan update yesterday:
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April 7, 1999

April 7, 1999

Updated the Mesa contributors section and added links to RPM Mesa packages.
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The new webpages are now online

March 18, 1999

The new webpages are now online. Enjoy, and let me know if you find any errors.
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