We Need You! (to try and break stuff)

Guys, this one is coming from the heart. We keep talking about how Mageia is this and Mageia needs that and Mageia did this totally awesome thing. But you know what? That’s a little bit misleading. See, Mageia isn’t some … Continue reading

Mageia 5: Time to rock your artistic skills!

Mageia delivers a Linux experience that is beautiful as well as functional, and Mageia 5 will be no exception. At the Artwork team (now part of the Atelier Team) we take our visual aspect very seriously. With your help and input, we always seek to produce a look and feel … Continue reading

Goodbye to a good friend

It’s with great sadness that this month we said goodbye to one of our own. John Bowden (aka Led43) lost his battle with cancer on Saturday 8th March. John was one of life’s good guys. An enthusiastic supporter and contributor, … Continue reading

Contributor and evangelist: Bruno Cornec

Hi Bruno, can you introduce yourself? What is your job? Do you have any particular hobbies? BC: My name is Bruno Cornec. I’ve worked at HP for 13 years now, and have multiple hats there. My day job is to be an … Continue reading

Mageia update advisories web site

When bugfix or security updates for Mageia releases are published, an update advisory email is sent to a mailing list. A new website to list those updates is also now available : https://advisories.mageia.org/ The advisories published before June 2013 are … Continue reading

Mageia Days – meeting each other in person

On a daily basis, the Mageia community uses a variety of communication tools such as mailing-lists, IRC and forums. In addition to our online presence, we think we definitely need to have direct meetings so that Mageia people can meet … Continue reading

Let’s have a round-the-world party!

Mageia 3 release is coming up in around one month – who wants to join in the celebrations around the world? We’ll be emailing everyone who registered on the Mageia Communities page on the wiki, but if you’re not on … Continue reading

Mailing-lists migration in progress

When the Mageia project was started, it didn’t have any server. Fortunatly people from zarb.org proposed to host the basic project infrastructure (mainly the website, wiki and mailing lists) until the project can have its own servers. Mageia.Org now has … Continue reading

Happy Mageia New Year!

To all Mageia people around the world, wherever you are, summer or winter, we hope 2013 is a great year for you – and we plan to make it a great year for Mageia! Looking back… 2012 was a pretty … Continue reading

From great to excellent!

Quick update – deadline for submissions is November 30, so please let us have your contribution really soon! Mageia 2 looks good – now let’s see what you can really do! Before we look to Mageia 3, we would like … Continue reading

Wow! Where did the time go? We’re 2!

Back in September 2010, when Mageia was born, we had big dreams for our baby distro.  It’s great to be able to say: our dreams are coming true! What’s happened since our first birthday? We released Mageia 2 and have started … Continue reading