Videos from Flock 2015 in Rochester are available now

Recently, the Fedora community gathered in Rochester, New York for Flock 2015, our annual conference for contributors. There were dozens of workshops and presentations at Flock, covering subjects like new technology, documentation, and grassroots promotion of Fedora. Were you not able to attend… Continue Reading →

Build a network router and firewall with Fedora 22 and systemd-networkd

One of my favorite features of Fedora 22 is systemd-networkd and all of the new features that came with it in recent systemd versions. The configuration files are easy to read, bridging is simple, and tunnels are resilient. I’ve recently… Continue Reading →

F23 NetworkManager Test Day August 20th!

Fedora 23 is scheduled to be released at the end of the October. Among many other improvements, this release will include a new version of NetworkManager, a service that manages network connectivity. We’ve been busy fixing bugs and adding functionality,… Continue Reading →

The State of Fedora: 2015 Edition

Fedora’s third Flock conference kicked off Wednesday morning with a keynote by Matthew Miller, the Fedora Project Leader (FPL). How’s Fedora doing? Says Miller, “The actual state of Fedora is awesome, we’re doing very well as a project and it’s… Continue Reading →

Fedora 23 Alpha released!

The Fedora 23 Alpha is here, right on schedule for our planned October final release. Download the prerelease from our Get Fedora site: Get Fedora 23 Alpha Workstation Get Fedora 23 Alpha Server Get Fedora 23 Alpha Cloud Get Fedora… Continue Reading →

Make Firefox Look Native in Fedora

Firefox has been criticized by users for not fitting well in Fedora Workstation. Although it improved with the new interface called Australis, it still doesn’t feel as native as GNOME Web (Epiphany). It’s not likely it will close the gap any time soon for two… Continue Reading →

Kdbus, F23 update, FUDCon Pune report, and… is Fedora slowing down?

Get on the kdbus! If you’ve poked around the running processes on a modern Linux system, you’ve seen something called dbus. You can read more about this on the dbus website, but the basic summary is that it’s a system… Continue Reading →

Telegram in Fedora

Recently, there has been a new wave of instant messaging services focused on the mobile world. Examples include Whatsapp, Messenger, Hangouts, and Viber. However, these are all closed and don’t have the best record of security and privacy. A new service with a different… Continue Reading →

Internationalization improvements in Fedora 22

Many Fedora users take advantage of the fact that Fedora is internationalized, which means it can be used by people that communicate in different languages. Fedora provides support for displaying information on the screen for many different languages. There is… Continue Reading →

Flock, unified globalization, weak dependencies, end of life vs. end of world…

Last chance for Flock registration Flock is our big, annual contributor conference, where we get together to talk about what we’re working on and what we want to do in future releases, and also actually get in rooms together to… Continue Reading →

FESCo Elections Interview with David King (amigadave)

This is a part of FESCo Elections interviews series. Voting is open to all Fedora contributors. The elections started on June 22nd and closes promptly at 23:59 UTC on June 28th. Please read the responses from candidates and make your… Continue Reading →

Env and Stacks Elections Interview with Stuart Campbell (sic)

This is a part of Env and Stacks Elections interviews series. Voting is open to all Fedora contributors. The elections started on June 22nd and closes promptly at 23:59 UTC on June 28th. Please read the responses from candidates and… Continue Reading →

FESCo Elections Interview with Josh Boyer (jwboyer)

This is a part of FESCo Elections interviews series. Voting is open to all Fedora contributors. The elections started on June 22nd and closes promptly at 23:59 UTC on June 28th. Please read the responses from candidates and make your… Continue Reading →

FESCo Elections Interview with Haïkel Guémar (hguemar)

This is a part of FESCo Elections interviews series. Voting is open to all Fedora contributors. The elections started on June 22nd and closes promptly at 23:59 UTC on June 28th. Please read the responses from candidates and make your… Continue Reading →

Env and Stacks Elections Interview with Nick Coghlan (ncoghlan)

This is a part of Env and Stacks Elections interviews series. Voting is open to all Fedora contributors. The elections started on June 22nd and closes promptly at 23:59 UTC on June 28th. Please read the responses from candidates and… Continue Reading →

FESCo Elections Interview with Stephen Gallagher (sgallagh)

This is a part of FESCo Elections interviews series. Voting is open to all Fedora contributors. The elections started on June 22nd and closes promptly at 23:59 UTC on June 28th. Please read the responses from candidates and make your… Continue Reading →

Env and Stacks Elections Interview with Jan Kaluza (jkaluza)

This is a part of Env and Stacks Elections interviews series. Voting is open to all Fedora contributors. The elections started on June 22nd and closes promptly at 23:59 UTC on June 28th. Please read the responses from candidates and… Continue Reading →

Env and Stacks Elections Interview with Jens Petersen (petersen)

This is a part of Env and Stacks Elections interviews series. Voting is open to all Fedora contributors. The elections started on June 22nd and closes promptly at 23:59 UTC on June 28th. Please read the responses from candidates and… Continue Reading →

Env and Stacks Elections Interview with Václav Pavlín (vpavlin)

This is a part of Env and Stacks Elections interviews series. Voting is open to all Fedora contributors. The elections started on June 22nd and closes promptly at 23:59 UTC on June 28th. Please read the responses from candidates and… Continue Reading →

Goodbye F20, F23 development, and Fedora Hubs

Fedora 20 End-of-Life Imminent The Fedora Project keeps three versions of the OS active at any given time — the current release, the release before that, and a new one in development. With last month’s release of Fedora 22 and… Continue Reading →