Gabriele Trombini: How do you Fedora?

We recently interviewed Gabriele Trombini on how he uses Fedora. This is part of a series on the Fedora Magazine where we profile Fedora users and how they use Fedora to get things done. If you are interested in being… Continue Reading →

Fedora announces Google Summer of Code 2016 participants

This year, Fedora recently announced the ten students who will be working on Fedora through the summer as part of the Google Summer of Code (also known as GSoC). Fedora originally announced its participation as an organization early last month…. Continue Reading →

Fedora Developer Portal updated

Since the Fedora Developer Portal started last year, it has been the go-to place for information on setting up and using Fedora as a platform for development. This week, the Fedora Developer Portal team announced the release of the refreshed… Continue Reading →

Recording a quick screencast on Fedora Workstation

Learn how to make a screencast on Fedora Workstation using the built-in feature to capture high-quality, short videos of your screen.

Introducing the extra wallpapers for Fedora 24

In the Fedora 24 alpha release, you could preview an early version of the default wallpaper for Fedora 24. Each release, the Fedora Design team collaborates with the Fedora community to release a set of 16 additional backgrounds to install and… Continue Reading →

Five Things in Fedora This Week: testing, schedule, diversity, interviews, and Workstation roadmap

Fedora Media Writer Test Day today Traditionally, the main download from the Get Fedora website has been an ISO — a disk image file which prospective Fedora users then need to figure out how to get onto a CD/DVD or… Continue Reading →

Gimp – A fast overview

GIMP (short for GNU Image Manipulation Program) is an open source image editor that is available in the Fedora repositories. GIMP is primarily used for editing, cropping, retouching, resizing, and converting many different formats of raster images such as JPEGs… Continue Reading →

Photography with the Fedora Design Suite

If you’re like most people, then computers are a tool for doing what matters to you. You probably use your computer to do many other things you’re interested in — like photography, for instance. Fedora turns out to be perfect… Continue Reading →

Files: Connect to a Windows file share

Welcome back to our mini-series of articles on the Files app, also known as Nautilus. Files is part of the GNOME desktop, which ships in the Fedora Workstation edition. Previously we covered sorting to show your recent work at the top… Continue Reading →

Screenshot everything with Shutter on Fedora

Is your screenshot tool not enough for what you need? Check out Shutter, the lightweight and powerful screenshot utility available in Fedora Workstation.

Stickers on sale at UnixStickers!

You might have seen our recent article on Fedora stickers from UnixStickers. The company makes high quality stickers that promote a variety of projects and communities, at reasonable prices. Fedora is proud to partner with UnixStickers. This way you can use our… Continue Reading →

Files: Connect to a server with SSH

Welcome back to our mini-series of articles on the Files app, also known as Nautilus. Files is part of the GNOME desktop, which ships in the Fedora Workstation edition. Previously we covered sorting to show your recent work at the top… Continue Reading →

Vagrant: Sharing folders with vagrant-sshfs

Introduction We’re trying to focus more on developer experience in the Red Hat ecosystem. In the process we’ve started to incorporate the Vagrant tool into our standard offerings. As part of that effort, we’re seeking a shared folder solution that doesn’t… Continue Reading →

How to take screenshots on Fedora Workstation

Fedora Workstation ships with a simple yet capable screenshot utility. It allows the user to take quick screenshots of your desktop, particular windows, or an arbitrary portion of the screen. The Screenshot utility (gnome-screenshot) application is designed to be a… Continue Reading →

Rebase-helper tool for rebases and for upstream monitoring services

If you are a package maintainer for Fedora, or if you regularly spin up your own versions of RPMs for install on your Fedora system, you have probably gone through the process of updating a package when a new version… Continue Reading →

Files: Find recent content easily

The Fedora Workstation features the GNOME desktop environment, which makes computing easy and beautiful. GNOME includes the Files app for organizing and managing your personal data. This is the first in a series of articles that shows you how to use this… Continue Reading →

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