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GSoC, Alpha news (KDE, Xfce, other spins), Coprs

Fedora is a big project, and it’s hard to keep up with everything. This series highlights interesting happenings in five different areas every week. It isn’t comprehensive news coverage — just quick summaries with links to each. Here are the… Continue Reading →

5tFTW: Five Fedora 21 FAQs

After Tuesday’s awesomely successful launch of Fedora 21, this Five Things in Fedora This Week covers a few questions that I’ve been asked a lot, by the press and by users who haven’t been following Fedora development closely. I hope… Continue Reading →

GNOME on Wayland in Fedora 21

Fedora 21 will come with GNOME 3.14, which already runs reasonably well on Wayland. Want to find out? It’s super easy to try it out! Let’s take a look at how to run GNOME on Wayland in Fedora 21, what… 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.

Five Things in Fedora This Week (2014-03-18)

Flock 2014 registration and call for talks, F21 features in progress, Ambassadors decide what to do with inactive members, planning the Fedora.next website, and KDE SIG talks Fedora Products.

Fedora 20 Status and GNOME Test Day Thursday

Adam Williamson posted yesterday about some upcoming test days and the status of Fedora 20. Today is virtualization test day, and if you’re interested in virtualization and have a little time to spare, you should grab the test day live… Continue Reading →

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