Fedora Weekly News 252
Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 252 for the week ending November
17, 2010. What follows are some highlights from this issue.
Starting off with announcements, a welcome to new Fedora Program Manager
Robyn Bergeron (yay Robyn!), who takes over from John Poelstra. Tim
Burke of Red Hat also thanks the Fedora community for their
contributions to a very successful Fedora 14 and RHEL 6 release. In
Development news, a couple changes to the packaging guidelines, and
announcement of a FESCo Townhall on Nov.18. In news from the Planet
Fedora, news of a Fedora QA Team lead position opening, another issue of
“This week in Anaconda”, a summary of the two most recent Fedora Board
meetings and calling libguestfs from a C program. Fedora In the News
brings another whopping 10 articles/posts from the trade press and
blogosphere about Fedora. In Ambassador news, pointers to the two recent
FAmSCo town hall IRC meetings with candidates, new Ambassadors this
week, and summarizes of list traffic on the Ambassador and FAmSCo lists.
In Translation team news, finding a new meeting time for the team and
new members to the Fedora Localization Project. The Design team offers
an update on their latest IRC meeting, brainstorming ideas for F15
theming. Our issue completes with security packages released over the
past week for Fedora 12, 13 and 14. Read on!
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FWN Editorial Team: Pascal Calarco, Adam Williamson
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