Fedora Weekly News 240
Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 240 for the week ending August
25, 2010. What follows are some highlights from this issue.
This issue begins with announcements from the Project, including details
on the availability of Fedora 14 alpha, some orphaned packages in Fedora
14, and news of various outages. In news from the Fedora Planet, work on
a proof-of-concept Fedora “app store”, a retrospective piece from the
last month from Fedora Project leader Jared Smith, and a call for Java
gurus to help with Java packaging for Fedora. In Marketing team news,
detailed discussion on release slogan procedures and the decision to
drop a slogan for F14 and an invitation to write a feature profile for
Fedora 14. Fedora In the News brings two pieces on Fedora 14 alpha from
The H and InternetNews.com. In Ambassador news, announcement of new
members, and a nice summary of the active discussions on the Ambassador
list. In Quality Assurance news, details on the next Test Day on
OpenSCAP, and next week’s Test Day on preupgrade, results on Fedora 14
testing and other F14 activity. In Design news, discussion on improving
the Plymouth boot theme in F14, a roll call for Design team members
attending FUDCon Zurich, and voting on F14 supplemental wallpapers. Our
issue finishes out with the latest security advisories for Fedora 12, 13
and 14. Enjoy!
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FWN Editorial Team: Pascal Calarco, Adam Williamson
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