KernelTrap has interviewed Timothy Miller, founder of the Open Graphics Project (OGP). Together with Tech Source (Tim's employer), OGP was founded on the basis of creating 2D/3D-accelerated graphics chipset with open hardware specification, enabling full compatibility and support of open source operating systems, especially Linux. According to Tim, "In the recent past, graphics hardware vendors have tightened their focus on Windows support and their competition with each other. The result is that what was once difficult has now become impossible: getting open source drivers for your graphics card. Members of the FOSS Community, such as myself, have identified this as a growing need for new graphics hardware that is designed with the FOSS community specifically in mind." Read the interview for more details.