The article explores the state of gaming on Fedora Workstation, specifically focusing on the performance of the video game "Control" (2019) using DirectX 11 and DirectX 12 with their compatibility layers DXVK and VKD3D, respectively. The tests compare Fedora Workstation 35 with Windows 10 21H2.
The article examines the gaming performance of Far Cry 5 on Fedora Workstation 35 and Windows 10 Pro 21H2. Fedora outperforms Windows with significantly higher framerates and lower resource usage. Possible reasons include efficient caching, open-source AMD drivers, and low system resource usage.
Fedora Project members attended FOSDEM 23 in person after three years of online interactions. They showcased contributions, volunteered, and participated in related meetups, fostering collaboration and networking. Over 8000 enthusiasts participated in the event.
The Community Platform Engineering team met to discuss a wide range of topics. They also had lunch at a regional burger restaurant and went to a karaoke bar. The meeting was a success and the team members are excited to contribute to the community in an even better way.
The Community Platform Engineering team had a face-to-face meeting in Barcelona, Spain from 20th to 23rd March 2023. The team members spent time getting to know each other, attending sessions, and touring the city. The meeting was a great success and helped the team to bond and plan for the future.