Month

January 2014

Fedora Conduct Reminder

The Board was recently notified of a serious violation of our Code of Conduct made on the development list last week.¬† Physical threats of violence are an egregious offence and may result in further censure or disciplinary action. While we… Continue Reading →

F21 Election Town Hall Schedule

Please join the candidates and other members of the Fedora community on freenode this Friday and Saturday. You may ask questions in #fedora-townhall-public and the moderator will share them with the candidates in #fedora-townhall. Each town hall is scheduled for… Continue Reading →

Fedora at Yahoo!” by Arun S A G – Flock 2013

Fedora 20 for IBM System Z 64bit

The Fedora 20 GA release for the IBM System z is here. This time again a few weeks later than the primary release mainly because of me being on vacation (again :-)) during the December holidays. The difference to primary… Continue Reading →

Fedora 21 Election season has begun.

Hey everyone its time to start getting ready for our next release. It’s time for the Fedora 21 elections. In fact, we are already a little late: First Fedora 20 was delayed and then we had the holiday season, so… Continue Reading →

FESCo announces acceptance of Fedora.next PRDs

Recently, as part of the Fedora.next effort, FESCo has accepted the PRDs from the following Working Groups: – Workstation https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Workstation/Workstation_PRD – Server https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Server/Product_Requirements_Document – Cloud https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Cloud_PRD – Environments and Stacks https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Env_and_Stacks/Product_Requirements_Document FESCo would like to thank all the members of… Continue Reading →

Fedora 18 End of Life

Well its that time folks as we start to work into getting the process rolling for our next release. As of 14th¬†January 2014, Fedora 18 has reached its end of life for updates and support. No further updates, including security… Continue Reading →

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