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Infrastructure

Flock Day 3: Fedora Infrastructure (To Infinity and Beyond!)

The most visible product of the Fedora community is the Fedora distribution itself. However, there’s much more to Fedora than its distribution, and underneath it all the Fedora infrastructure keeps things humming along. Without it, we’d have no mailing lists,… Continue Reading →

Flock Day 3: Fedora Infrastructure (To Infinity and Beyond!)

The most visible product of the Fedora community is the Fedora distribution itself. However, there’s much more to Fedora than its distribution, and underneath it all the Fedora infrastructure keeps things humming along. Without it, we’d have no mailing lists,… Continue Reading →

Flock 2014 Day 2: Orchestration with Ansible at Fedora Project

At the Flock 2014 conference in Prague, Aditya Patawari delivered a talk on the Fedora Project’s use of Ansible for orchestrating its services. System administrators face many challenges today, as new servers, applications, and updates to these systems are constantly… Continue Reading →

Happy SysAdmin Day!

Today is July 25 and that can mean only one thing — it’s SysAdmin Day 2014! SysAdmin Day is one day every year when we express gratitude and thanks to the hard-working IT folks that keep our services up and… Continue Reading →

Five Things in Fedora This Week (2014-04-01)

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.

Five Things in Fedora This Week (2014-04-01)

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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