Last chance to vote for Flock sessions, Fedora @ FLISOL, Fedora Workstation podcast, Vacation Calendar, Ask Fedora….
This is part four of a series based on talks at February at DevConf in the Czech Republic. This week, I was going to cover all of the reports from each of the Working Group liaisons, but that turned out… Continue Reading →
The Join team spins up, Fedora Docs “beats”, Fedora Workstation (and an alternate view), Fedora Atomic, and other (automated) Fedora weekly data….
Fedora @ Red Hat Summit, testing Rawhide, Heartbleed followup, Fedocal, and upcoming conferences….
Earlier this week there was a important vulnerability discovered in openssl. Please see previous announcements on this list for how to update and secure your Fedora installs. The vulnerability was announced late Monday afternoon, and by Monday evening a fixed… Continue Reading →
This is part three of a series based on talks in February at DevConf in the Czech Republic. You should start with Part I, ”Why?”, particularly if your first response on reading this is to… ask why. That part covers… Continue Reading →
Reposting official announcement on behalf of Robyn Bergeron: Hello again, Fedora community. This is an update on Fedora’s response to CVE-2014-0160 (aka “Heartbleed”). This is a critical security vulnerability that requires your immediate attention. Updates are now available, and are… Continue Reading →
Heartbleed and Fedora, Flock proposal voting, Gnome 3.12, Fedora.next website refresh, and Fedora at Red Hat Summit….
My apologies — it’s been a busy week and I’m swamped with Cloud SIG effort, other work stuff, and a kid with a stomach bug. Plus, these things turn out to take a long time to write. (Who knew?!) The… Continue Reading →
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