Fedora Weekly News 262

Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 262[1] for the week ending February 9, 2011. What follows are some highlights from this issue.

We begin the issue with announcements, including opening bids for the next FUDCon EMEA, notification of some changes to the packaging guidelines, and a call for ideas for the next Google Summer of Code. I news from the Fedora Planet, a summary of blog postings around FUDCon Tempe, FOSDEM and linux.conf.au, community discussion around Fedora’s user focus, and coverage of general topics over the past week. Fedora In the News has two articles this week, including coverage of FUDCon Tempe in Linux Pro Magazine. Lots of great news from the Ambassador Team, with a summary of discussion from both the Ambassador and FAmSCo lists. In Quality Assurance, details on the first two Fedora 15 Test Days, on networking device naming changes and Gnome 3 desktop, and also the next two Test Days, which will be on FreeIPA v2 and Xfce 4.8, as well as much more news from the QA Team. In Translation news, details on a proposal to move the Fedora Localization Project to Transifex.net, and news of new
members to the FLP for French, Spanish, and Bengali Indian. Our issue wraps up with a few security patches released in the past week for Fedora 13 and 14. Read on!

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FWN Editorial Team: Pascal Calarco, Adam Williamson

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