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This page contains various Fedora presentations made by people in the Fedora project.

General Overview

Globalization & Migration

Fedora Applications

Various Presentations

Infrastructure & SIGs

Templates (if you want to organize a fedora event)

Community Standard Slides Sets

Archived/Older Presentations

General Overview

Title Creator Language Description Fedora Release
Introduction to Fedora, What's new in Fedora 11 and What's upcoming in Fedora 12) Rahul Sundaram English This is a generic template suitable for reuse. F11
Keynote from FUDCon Berlin 2009 (also in PDF) Paul W. Frields English F11
Fedora 11 presentation) Moixs French Focus on 4 user groups. Presented at HEIG-VD (15-APR-2009) F11
What is Fedora (also in PDF) Paul W. Frields English A presentation to FOSSMeet NITC on 28-FEB-2009. F10
Introduction to Fedora David Nalley English Introduction to Fedora emphasis on 4Fs (12-SEP-2008) F9
Fedora Overview For familiarising people with Fedora and to let them know the possible avenues. Presentaed at TechTrix'08. F8
All About Fedora (GITEX Edition) John Babich English Presented at GITEX, Dubai, UAE, in 2007. Based on Greg's FUDCon Delhi presentation, updated for Fedora 7 and slightly extended. The emphasis: Why contribute -- not just to Fedora, but to open source in general? Focused on the open-minded, non-FOSS ICT audience. F7
Welcome to the Fedora Project Susmit Shannigrahi A brief overview of Fedora and Fedora Project. Main emphasis on Why join Fedora and areas where one can get involved. FC6

Globalization & Migration


  • Development in the areas of l10n, Ankit Patel . Presented at FUDCon Delhi 2006. To promote the developers to do development in the areas of l10n.
  • L10n from a Developer's perspective, Ramakrishna Reddy . Presented at FUDCon Delhi 2006. Helping users to understand the localisation technologies and jargons floating around like IIMF, SCIM, Keymaps etc. Objective is to get the developers aware how easy to develop multi language applications in Linux using the localization technologies available out of the box.
  • Fedora I18n project, Jens Petersen . Presented at the Fedora Miniconf at 2008, Melbourne, Australia. An overview of recent i18n developments in Fedora during and after the F8 cycle.


  • Unix to Fedora Linux in English, Frederic Hornain - (PDF)

Fedora Applications



Various Presentations

Fedora Desktop

  • (feel free to contribute)

UTOSC 2008

SCaLE 7x

In my presentation, I use a repository synchronization script, it's very basic, but will build everything needed for the demo and make it easy to use to build a live or install image.

Felton LUG 04-APR-2009

FLISoL 2009 Chihuahua

FLiSoL 2009 Mexico, DF

SELF 2009


  • (feel free to contribute)

Infrastructure & SIGs



General Templates

Following templates are contributed by Fedora Ambassadors.

Please note, there is a built-in Fedora Presentation Template in 2.0 Impress or higher in Fedora