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The State of Fedora: 2015 Edition

Fedora’s third Flock conference kicked off Wednesday morning with a keynote by Matthew Miller, the Fedora Project Leader (FPL). How’s Fedora doing? Says Miller, “The actual state of Fedora is awesome, we’re doing very well as a project and it’s… Continue Reading →

Watch the Fedora Project Leader get soaked

Okay, so, Mark asked for it, and here we go: my response to the ALS Icebucket Challenge. Spoiler: I make a donation and my kids dump water on my head anyway — and I squeal like a little girl. So… Continue Reading →

First Thoughts as Fedora Project Leader

I’ve been watching HBO’s tech-startup spoof Silicon Valley. One of the reoccurring background jokes is that every software company, large and small, purports to be making the world a better place — usually as a sort of reflexive afterthought with… Continue Reading →

Five Things in Fedora This Week (2014-03-25)

It’s been a relatively quiet week. Snapshot support in virt-manager, automatic latest-code repos with dgroc, Fedora Plasma KDE-based product proposal, and Fedora Atomic Initiative.

Five Things in Fedora This Week (2014-03-25)

It’s been a relatively quiet week. Snapshot support in virt-manager, automatic latest-code repos with dgroc, Fedora Plasma KDE-based product proposal, and Fedora Atomic Initiative.

PSA on Upgrading to Fedora 20 Using FedUp

With the release of Fedora 20 yesterday, a number of users have discovered a bug with upgrading using fedup 0.7.0. Never fear, though: You can upgrade using fedup 0.8.0. Adam Williamson sent out a note to the test-announce mailing list… Continue Reading →

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