Collabora are working on LibreOffice online, an Open Source alternative to Google Docs and Office 365.
Maria Leandro discusses how she uses Fedora with Open Source graphics software for photography and graphic design.
Fedora 21 Workstation added the ability to log in and run a Wayland session from the login screen (GDM), leaving the login screen itself running using the older X protocol. This is changing with a new feature in Fedora 22… Continue Reading →
Last week, Mozilla released version 36 of the Firefox web browser, and the updated packages are now also available from the Fedora repositories. This new update provides a handful of new features, and over 3600 bugfixes, changes, and added support for… Continue Reading →
Writing can be hard. One of the main obstacles that people encounter when sitting down to write something is all the distractions that a modern desktop throws at you such as cats on the internet, cats on twitter, and cats… Continue Reading →
Because they spend most of their days looking at them, most sysadmins and developers are pretty choosy when it comes to choosing a monospaced type face for use in there terminal emulator or text editor. Here are five great monospace… Continue Reading →
Inkscape just released version 0.91 of their Open Source vector graphics editor, and the new package will soon be available in the stable repositories for Fedora 21. Inkscape 0.91 is the first major release of Inkscape for a few years,… Continue Reading →
A brand new application called MultiWriter has just hit the Fedora 21 repositories that allows you to write a single ISO (eg. the Fedora Workstation Live Image) to multiple USB drives all at the same time. The application is super… Continue Reading →
Every release of Fedora introduces a wide range of updates to the graphics stack from a wide range of upstream projects. Fedora 21 includes a range of updates and feature enablement to many elements of the graphics stack, including: new… Continue Reading →
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