Fedora Weekly News 248
Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 248 for the week ending October
20, 2010. What follows are some highlights from this issue.
Our issue kicks off with news from the Fedora Planet, including details
on upcoming features in Fedora 14, how to convert a virtual machine from
VirtualBox to KVM, a new website for virtualization tools, and Atari
8-bit and 16-bit Atari emulators coming to Fedora. We have two articles
for Fedora In The News, including a recent discovery of a security
vulnerability in the GNU C compiler that affects Fedora and RHEL, and a
piece on Fedora’s adoption of YubiKey’s two-stage authentication for
high-security scenarios. In news from the Fedora Ambassadors, new
members to the Ambassador team from Brazil and Kosovo, a wonderful
summary of discussion on the busy Ambassador list for the past week, and
a summary of discussion on the Fedora Ambassador Steering Committee list
as well. In Translation team news, development of an alternative process
for submitting Fedora 14 release notes, restarting Fedora Localization
Project, and a new version of the amateur radio guide that is ready for
translation, as well as a new member of the FLP from Italy. In news from
the Design team, work on a Fedora 14 poster,more details on the upcoming
Fedora Project website redesign and an update on the Fedora Students
Contributing t-shirt design contest winner. Our issue reaches completion
with updates of security-related packages from the past week. Enjoy!
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FWN Editorial Team: Pascal Calarco, Adam Williamson
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