In this section, we cover the highlights of Planet Fedora - an aggregation of blogs from Fedora contributors worldwide. This edition of the Planet Fedora covers the past two weeks.
Contributing Writer: Adam Batkin
Lennart Poettering attended the Linux Audio Conference 2010 in Utrecht and came away with some interesting ideas about how to make the two work well together. "even many pro audio folks are not sure what Jack does that PulseAudio doesn't do and what PulseAudio does that Jack doesn't do; why they are not competing, why you cannot replace one by the other, and why merging them (at least in the short term) might not make immediate sense. In other words, why millions of phones on this world run PulseAudio and not Jack, and why a music studio running PulseAudio is crack."
Lennart also mentioned that systemd now has its own website, mailing list, Bugzilla component and new git repositories.
Richard W.M. Jones shared a number of tips, including how to collect and use core dumps, using guestfish to extract ISO images without needing to be root and using git's cherry-pick carefully apply individual fixes or patches to a codebase.
The Red Hat Press Office posted a piece giving an overview of some of the major changes being introduced to the kernel as part of RHEL 6. Lubomir Rintel added a request for people to help test the beta.
Greg DeKoenigsberg has decided to leave Red Hat to join the Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education (ISKME) as their CTO. Greg added "I’ll still be around Fedora, don’t worry about that; you can't get rid of me that easily."
Dan Williams wrote a D-Bus-for-beginners style writeup. "Every so often I get questions about D-Bus and I end up giving a mini-lesson on what D-Bus is and how it’s used. It took me a while to wrap my head around D-Bus long ago so I don’t expect everyone to pick up D-Bus like Yo-Yo Ma sight-reading. So this is D-Bus, simplified."