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The Fedora Project wiki is a place for end users and developers to collaborate.

Do you want to create some content? It's easy to get a Fedora account so you can help — just follow these instructions, then visit the wiki help page.

What is the Fedora Project?

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Here are some links to help you get started with Fedora and become one of the millions of people already contributing to the Fedora Project and free software:

Download Fedora now!

Do you want to install Fedora? Read our Quick Install Guide

Join the Fedora Project

Read documentation and our FAQ for using and contributing to Fedora

Read the Fedora Weekly News

Interact with the Fedora community

Learn our future

See how fast we're growing

See common Fedora bugs and how to handle them

Report a new bug or request a change

The Fedora Project is a global partnership of free software community members. The Fedora Project is sponsored by Red Hat, which invests in our infrastructure and resources to encourage collaboration and incubate innovative new technologies. Some of these technologies may later be integrated into Red Hat products. They are developed in Fedora and produced under a free and open source license from inception, so other free software communities and projects are free to study, adopt, and modify them.

Read an overview to read more about our mission, our community, our governance, and what makes Fedora unique. You can also learn about our vision and core values — the foundations upon which the project is built. We also have information relating to our user base, and the objectives for our technical work.

What's inside Fedora?

The Fedora 20 Release Notes covers the most recent release of Fedora.

The Release Schedule gives a timeline of the next release, Fedora 21 (TBA). The Feature List documents the features planned for Fedora 21.

How do I get involved?

There are many ways to contribute to the Fedora distribution and the community that surrounds it. We have a large community full of talented and energetic people who enjoy meeting new contributors and helping them learn how to participate in Fedora. The list below provides links to each team and sub-project. Use it to visit a team that interests you. On the team page you can find out how to contact other community members and get involved in the Fedora community.

Fedora sub-projects for contributors

Echo-package-48px.png Fedora Packaging
Packaging programs for distribution through yum
Echo-gnome-dev-cdrom-48px.png Fedora Live CD
Produces Live CDs for easier testing and installation
Echo-helpbook-48px.png Fedora Documentation
Writes documentation for Fedora
Echo-ambass-48px.png Fedora Ambassadors
Spreads Fedora around the globe
Echo-mktg-48px.png Fedora Marketing
Promotes the usage and support of Fedora worldwide
Echo-bug-48px.png Fedora Bug Triage
Aids developers and users in fixing bugs
Echo-testing-48px.png Fedora Quality Assurance
Prevents and fixes bugs for a better Fedora
Echo-dirserv-48px.png 389 Directory Server
Provides an enterprise-class LDAP server for Fedora
Echo-infra-48px.png Fedora Infrastructure
Provides servers, tools and utilities for the Fedora Project
Echo-planet-48px.png Planet Fedora
Displays blogs of Fedora contributors
Echo-websites-48px.png Fedora Websites
Designs and builds Fedora Project websites
Echo-art-48px.png Fedora Design
Designs themes, icons, and other Fedora designs
Echo-l10n-48px.png Fedora L10N
Brings everything around Fedora to local communities
Echo-i18n-48px.png Fedora I18N
Supports the localization of Fedora
Echo-gaming-48px.png Fedora Games
Games and fun things available with Fedora
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Echo-calendar-48px.png Fedora Events
Events of the Fedora community
Echo-SIGs-48px.png View All Special Interest Groups (SIGs)...