Fedora Weekly News 244
Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 244 for the week ending September
22, 2010. What follows are some highlights from this issue.
Our issue kicks off with announcement of host bids for the next FUDCon
LATAM 2011, accepted through September 30th. In development
announcements, notice of Fedora 14 feature complete milestone and other
items around Fedora 14 beta timing. In news from the Fedora Planet, how
to properly (and improperly) distribute new PGP/GPG keys, details on Red
Hat opening up the Fedora Students Contributing/Summer Coding program to
greater involvement from the community, and coverage of the latest
Fedora Board meetings. In Ambassador news, a summary of the discussion
list traffic, including recent Test Days on the Anaconda Translation
Keyboard and virtualization and a trip report from Ohio Linux Fest, and
also coverage of discussion from the FAmSCo list. In Translation news,
detail on some current stability issues with
translate.fedoraproject.org, a new FLP representative for Fedora
Websites team, and new members and sponsors for the Fedora Localization
Project. Design team news provides a summary of Design Team work at the
recent FUDCon in Zurich, and banner design work already in progress for
the next FUDCon in Tempe, AZ. Our issue wraps up with security
advisories from the past week for Fedora 12, 13 and 14. Thanks for reading!
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FWN Editorial Team: Pascal Calarco, Adam Williamson
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