Fedora Weekly News Issue 177
Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 177 for the week ending May 24th, 2009.
This week we offer a special collector's edition with the last ever Fedora Webcomic. PlanetFedora links Jeff Shelten's thoughts on "Why Students Should Get Involved in Open Source", Ambassadors reports on "Fedora en Mexico", Developments is getting "In a Flap Over Flags", QualityAssurance takes a look at a "Beagle/Tracker Blocker Bug Proposal", Artwork says goodbye to itself but welcomes Design. SecurityWeek examines the problems of "Cloudy Trust". Translations notes that "Sections of the Fedora User Guide Cannot be Translated". SecurityAdvisories includes an
ipsec-tools update. Virtualization shares details on the "Rawhide Virtualization Repository".
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