Month

May 2014

Manage your physical book collection with Alexandria

Alexandria is a nifty little application in Fedora that allows you to manage your book library. This app lets you build and keep a detailed database (on your local machine) of information about books you own and have read. The… Continue Reading →

Polari — a minimal IRC client for Fedora

Polari is a minimal IRC client available in Fedora 20. It is designed to distill the IRC experience down to a super-simple interface, a list of chat windows on the left, and chatting in the main pane on the right…. Continue Reading →

Five Things in Fedora This Week (2014-05-27)

Flock Schedule posted, F21 Schedule review, Fedora.next brand design and test planning, and Ruby SCL package review.

Five Things in Fedora This Week (2014-05-27)

Flock Schedule posted, F21 Schedule review, Fedora.next brand design and test planning, and Ruby SCL package review.

Final Term — a new terminal emulator in development

Final Term is a new breed of terminal emulator that is currently in development, and now available for Fedora users to try out and test via this COPR repo. Note that Final Term is under heavy development, and is neither… Continue Reading →

Photos from FUDCon Beijing

FUDCon APAC 2014 happened over the weekend, and a bunch of photos from the event are now up in a gallery for you you check out!

need more fedora news? check out fedoraFTW

Check out the FedoraFTW blog for another awesome source of fedora news. It contains info about new and existing Fedora apps, as well as news about the community and updates to Fedora. Note that this is a third-party blog about… Continue Reading →

check out 0AD — a RTS game in Fedora [friday fun]

0AD is a historical real time strategy (RTS) game that is Free and Open Source and also available in the official Fedora repositories. Game play is a classic real-time strategy, you choose from one of the 12 civilizations, gather resources,… Continue Reading →

Fedora.next logo concept from Máirín Duffy

The quick — back of the napkin — explanation of the Fedora.Next initiative is that Fedora will be producing 3 distinct products: Workstation, Server and Cloud. With the introduction of these products, each of them will need to have their… Continue Reading →

try out the calendar app california on Fedora 20

California is a new, simple, calendar app for Fedora from the Yorba crew (developers of shotwell and the geary email app). You can try out california on Fedora 20 using this COPR repo. California is simple and to the point…. Continue Reading →

Inkscape pre-release now available for Fedora

Inkscape, the open source vector (SVG) editor is currently in the process of releasing a major update and their first pre-release version is now built and available for Fedora via COPR. Enable the COPR if you want to try out… Continue Reading →

Inkscape pre-release now available for Fedora

Inkscape, the open source vector (SVG) editor is currently in the process of releasing a major update and their first pre-release version is now built and available for Fedora via COPR. Enable the COPR if you want to try out… Continue Reading →

WordPress 3.9.1 now available in Fedora

The recent release of WordPress 3.9.1 is now available in the official fedora repositories for Fedora 19 and 20.

Five Things in Fedora This Week (2014-05-20)

Robyn steps down, FUDCon Beijing, Package Database version 2, help with F21 release notes, and a comparison of CoreOS and Project Atomic….

Introducing the GTK+ inspector tool for Application Developers

GTK developer Matthias Clasen recently blogged the new GTK Inspector tool for Fedora application developers. This inspector allows you to explore the widget hierarchy, change properties, tweak theme settings of a running GTK app. It is similar in concept to… Continue Reading →

New PackageDB now available for Fedora Packagers

The Fedora Packagers are the folks behind the scenes that take all the new software coming down from upstream and build them for the rest of us to use on Fedora. Recently, the Fedora Infrastructure Development team announced the new… Continue Reading →

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