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Stephen Gallagher

Where is the beta for Fedora Server 27?

Summary The Fedora Project just released the beta version of Fedora 27, including Fedora Workstation and Fedora Atomic Host. Since Fedora ships with three editions, you may be wondering: where’s Fedora 27 Server beta? The short answer: it’s coming soon…. Continue Reading →

Node.js 6.x LTS coming to EPEL 7

What is Node.js? Node.js® is a JavaScript runtime built on Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine. It uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient. Its package ecosystem, npm, is the largest ecosystem of open source libraries in the world…. Continue Reading →

Introducing Fedora’s students for Google Summer of Code 2015

What is Google Summer of Code? Google Summer of Code is a global program that offers student developers stipends to write code for various open source software projects. Fedora has participated in this program for many years now. It is… Continue Reading →

FESCo Elections Interview with Debarshi Ray (rishi)

This is a part of FESCo Elections interviews series. Voting is open to all Fedora contributors. The elections started on January 26th and closes promptly at 23:59 UTC on February 3rd. Please read the responses from candidates and make your… Continue Reading →

FESCo Elections Interview with Parag Nemade (paragan)

This is a part of FESCo Elections interviews series. Voting is open to all Fedora contributors. The elections started on January 26th and closes promptly at 23:59 UTC on February 3rd. Please read the responses from candidates and make your… Continue Reading →

Open Seat on the Fedora Server Working Group

This past week, David Strauss chose to step down from his position on the Fedora Server Working Group, citing a lack of alignment with his current work usage. The Fedora Server SIG would like to thank David for his contributions… Continue Reading →

Evolving the Fedora Updates process

Once upon a time in Fedora Core 1 through Fedora Core 3, updates were handled via a manual process involving emails to release engineering. Starting with Fedora Core 4, a private internal updating system that was available only to Red… Continue Reading →

Bodhi 2 update management infrastructure to land after Fedora 21 release

Day 1 of Flock 2014 saw a talk from Fedora Infrastructure developer Luke Macken on the evolution of the Fedora update infrastructure, notably the Bodhi update system Fedora employs to manage package updates. A video of this talk is available… Continue Reading →

Fedora 21 to ship the 3.16 Linux kernel and a smaller minimal install set

Josh Boyer — member of the Fedora Kernel Team and FESCo — talked at Flock about the State of the Fedora Kernel, including some of the  changes and updates for Fedora 21. The plan with for the Kernel in Fedora… Continue Reading →

Christian Schaller talks the future of Fedora Workstation at Flock 2014

“The desktop is not dying!” cries Christian Schaller as he dives into his talk on the Fedora Workstation. In a throwback to the old saw about the Year of Linux on the Desktop, he points out that 35% of laptop… Continue Reading →

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