What is the Fedora Magazine
Fedora Magazine has become the replacement for the Fedora Weekly news. Fedora Magazine is a WordPress-based site, that delivers all the news of the Fedora Community.
What is the content of the Magazine
The content on the Fedora Magazine varies. All the general and development announcements regarding Fedora are published, meaning that all the news that happens within the Fedora community are available to be seen. Also many events are published on the Magazine's event calendar, especially major Fedora events, while most of them are published on the magazine as well. Event reports also exist on the Magazine, as well as meeting minutes from all Fedora's sub-projects are published in a special section of the Magazine. See below if you want to post meeting minutes in the Magazine
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These are the pages where the weekly news beats are written. Content here may be derived from bugzilla reports, blog posts and mailing list discussions.
[Special note: Please remove the asterisk(*) symbol to confirme beat writers' name. To make the opportunities apparent, the asterisk symbol is being use]
|Beat||Writer||March 13, 2013|
|FWN/Beats/Welcome||Rashadul Islam or Adam Williamson*||incomplete|
10th Anniversary Content
Revised schedule, treating the first release of Fedora Core in November 2003 as the "official" anniversary.
|Month||Topic||Draft Deadline||Publication Deadline||Author||Editor||Notes|
|October||FPL Retrospective||14 October 2013||22 October 2013||jzb||?||Still missing 2 interviews. We can also reuse this video and be halfway there: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOFXBGh6DZ0|
|November||History of Fedora||13 November 2013||22 November 2013||Robyn Bergeron + Chris Roberts||jzb||Could probably start off with a bulletpoint-style outline of history just to get a sense of things that have happened. Releases/HistoricalSchedules is probably a good place to pull major dates from and form an outline.|
|December||10 Firsts for Fedora||10 December 2013||20 December 2013||?||jzb||(Volunteers?) Would be good to look at some of the technologies that Fedora has pioneered. Especially things that have been widely adopted in other projects.|
|January||Visual History of Fedora||13 January 2014||23 January 2014||?||jzb||I moved this up a bit to compensate for Christmas holiday. Picturing a slideshow or something that shows how the desktop, installer, etc. have matured over the years. Should include GNOME, KDE, Xfce, etc.|
|February||Fedora Around the World||13 February 2014||23 February 2014||if confirmed jzb angle Gabriele Trombini||jzb||Possible angle: Fedora's translation and ambassador communities around the world?|
|March||Let's Get Small (with Fedora)||13 March 2014||23 March 2014||suehle||jzb||Perhaps something about Fedora's history with ARM and other embedded/non-x86 archs? Thinking especially Raspberry pi.|