Fedora Weekly News 241
Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 241 for the week ending September
1, 2010. What follows are some highlights from this issue.
Our issue begins with some announcements from the Fedora Project,
including details on Fedora trademark defense and how you can help,
development updates to Fedora 14 and upcoming Fedora events. News from
the Fedora Planet is next, including announcement of the recent free
software status change for glibc, libguestfs for SUSE and Ubuntu, an
update on the Fedora Summer Coding project, and coverage of last week’s
IRC Fedora Board meeting. In Ambassador news, new Ambassadors joining
the team and a summary of the traffic from the Ambassador and FAmScO
list from this past week. In news from the Quality Assurance team,
results from last week’s Test Day on OpenSCAP, details on this week’s
Test Day on preupgrade and next week’s on systemd, as well as coverage
of Fedora 14 blocker review. In Translation news, details on upcoming
Fedora 14 task for the team, discussion of problems related to
statistics display on t.fp.o, and new members and sponsors for the
Fedora Localization Project. In Design Team updates, word on the
supplemental wallpaper voting results and discussion of a slogan for the
website. Our issue finishes off with security advisories for Fedora 12,
13 and 14 from this past week. Enjoy!
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FWN Editorial Team: Pascal Calarco, Adam Williamson
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