Fedora Weekly News 223
Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 223 for the week ending April 28,
2010. What follows are some highlights from this issue.
In Project announcements, a Fedora Community Gaming session this
Friday/Saturday, correction on Fedora 11 EOL, and details on the latest
round of Fedora elections. In news from the Planet Fedora, details on
updates to MobileManager, a look at KDE 4 on Fedora, and jQuery for
educational gaming. Marketing provides coverage of recent discussion on
keyword optimization to the main Fedora Project web site and a Joe
“Zonker” Brockmeier IRC Classroom. Fedora In the News returns with
recent coverage of Fedora in the trade press and blogs over hte past
week, while the Ambassadors beat features an event report from FLISoL of
Santo Andre, Brazil. In QA news, details on last week’s Test Day on
Anaconda (the Fedora installer)’s storage support, a proposal on new
release criterion stating that it must be possible to install a system
in such a way that it is immediately remotely accessible and Fedora 13
testing activities. In Artwork team news, details on final art push for
Fedora 13, while Security Advisories returns after a week away,
providing security-related packages released for Fedora 11, 12 and 13.
Our issue wraps up with updates from the Fedora Summer Coding
activities. Enjoy FWN 223!
Unfortunately, as Kamisamanou Burgess is busy with study, the audio
version of FWN – FAWN – is on hold until early May. You can still listen
to old issues on the Internet Archive, though. If anyone is
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FWN Editorial Team: Pascal Calarco, Adam Williamson
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