Fedora 22 features an overhauled notification system. See what is new, improved and shiny with notifications in Fedora 22
Boxes is a GNOME application in Fedora that is used to create, manage, and run virtual machines. It was designed with simplicity and ease of use in mind, building upon the harder to use qemu-based virt-manager. Although it does not provide many… Continue Reading →
Do you have a type of document you want to open with a specific default application in Fedora? For example, do you want to always open JPG or PNG files in The GIMP, WAV files in Audacity, or SVG files… Continue Reading →
Sometimes when i am using certain applications (especially text editors), the applications themselves do not make URLs that are written out clickable and openable in my default browser. Usually, this would result in me having to highlight the link, copy… Continue Reading →
Recently, I have been using what will become Fedora 21 as my day-to-day machine, (side note: I have found it to be pretty stable for pre-release software).
Is the default image viewer in your desktop environment just not working the way you want? need more features (or maybe something simpler) from an image viewer? Well, you are in luck, as there is no shortage of choices when… Continue Reading →
GUADEC 2014 is taking place in Strasbourg. Because GNOME has been the default desktop environment in Fedora from the very beginning, and is going to be the environment for Fedora Workstation, I’ve decided to cover GUADEC for Fedora Magazine.
The Join team spins up, Fedora Docs “beats”, Fedora Workstation (and an alternate view), Fedora Atomic, and other (automated) Fedora weekly data….
Heartbleed and Fedora, Flock proposal voting, Gnome 3.12, Fedora.next website refresh, and Fedora at Red Hat Summit….
No-foolin’ items for this week: Wayland and Gnome 3.12, Flock and F21 planning deadlines, infrastructure downtime, and the Docs team starts a cookbook.
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