Fedora Weekly News 255
Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 255 for the week ending December
8, 2010. What follows are some highlights from this issue.
Our issue starts off with two announcements, including a reminder about
Fedora 12’s end of life, and a survey for Fedora Weekly News readers,
requesting feedback on FWN as it transitions to the Drupal-based Fedora
Insight. In Marketing team news, more discussion around the FWN survey,
and coverage of the latest Marketing team meeting. Two more articles
about Fedora “In the News” this week around packaging Unity for Fedora.
Ambassadors reports eight new Fedora Ambassadors from eight different
countries this week, along with the very helpful summaries of discussion
from both the Ambassadors and FAmSCo lists. Quality Assurance reports on
several work items, including a call for test cases of automated storage
testing in Anaconda, blocker bug and update tracking process
improvements, and development of a critical path test case creation
process. In Design news, lots of activity around the FUDCon 2011 Tempe
t-shirt design, and the announcement of a new Design team blog to better
communicate the team’s activities. Our issue comes to a completion with
updates on the latest security-related package releases over this past
week for Fedora 12, 13 and 14. Enjoy! As a personal note, thank you to
everyone who has taken the time to provide feedback in the FWN survey so
far. It is much appreciated, and will provide direction for an improved
FWN to meet your information needs about the Fedora Project.
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FWN Editorial Team: Pascal Calarco, Adam Williamson
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