A recent commit in darktable's git repo removed the block on using Neo OpenCL, meaning: development snapshots of #darktable now support GPU acceleration for modern (within the past several years) Intel GPUs for a noticeably big performance boost, provided you have Intel Neo OpenCL suppport installed and compile darktable yourself.
Summary: Quicker photo editing in darktable for Intel laptops (without NVidia or AMD)!
This should land in a release by the end of the year in most Linux distros.
A sketch of Santa Maria della Salute in Venice by Quinlan Terry.
Terry's curious and idiosyncratic flavour of continuity classicism comes up for discussion (and plenty of critique) in our latest episode. https://ift.tt/2MGMUHU
"Apparently, prior to the 18th Century, us humans used to split our night’s rest into two phases. One started shortly after dusk and ended at midnight, and we followed it with another that began at 2 a.m. and ended just after daybreak. (...) historians have surmised that people indeed slept in two phases, and spent the middle bit of the night essentially having a blast."
Entry n. 9.944 on the list of things capitalism took away from us.
#Ubuntu The Ataris VCS Lives! Pre-Order the Linux-Powered Console from $249 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/d0od/~3/5ad6kLKF8B4/the-ataris-vcs-pre-order-249 #Linux
From #Docker Container to Bootable Linux Disk #Image | #containers #vm https://micromind.me/en/posts/from-docker-container-to-bootable-linux-disk-image/
Nonfasting Triglycerides, Low-Density Lipoprotein #Cholesterol, and Heart Failure #Risk | #cardiovascular #LDL https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/full/10.1161/ATVBAHA.117.310269
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