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| [[AOS_Spin|AOS Spin]] || Appliances are pre-installed, pre-configured, system images. This Spin is intended to make it easier for anyone (ISVs, developers, OEMS, etc) to create and deploy virtual appliances. The AOS (The Appliance Operating System) is a scaled down version of Fedora with a small footprint containing only the packages necessary to run an appliance. || 2009-07-27 || APPROVED, recurring
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| [[AOS_Spin|AOS Spin]] || Appliances are pre-installed, pre-configured, system images. This Spin is intended to make it easier for anyone (ISVs, developers, OEMS, etc) to create and deploy virtual appliances. The AOS (The Appliance Operating System) is a scaled down version of Fedora with a small footprint containing only the packages necessary to run an appliance. || 2010-01-31 || APPROVED, recurring
 
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| [[BrOffice.org_Spin | BrOffice.org Spin]] || Due to a brand layer introduced in OpenOffice.org 3.0, Fedora now has the BrOffice.org brand for the office suite, starting with Fedora 10. This spin is intended to be a Brazilian Portuguese localized spin that provides the legal brand for OpenOffice.org in Brazil. It will be based on Fedora 12 Desktop Spin.|| 2009-07-27 || APPROVED, recurring
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| [[BrOffice.org_Spin | BrOffice.org Spin]] || Due to a brand layer introduced in OpenOffice.org 3.0, Fedora now has the BrOffice.org brand for the office suite, starting with Fedora 10. This spin is intended to be a Brazilian Portuguese localized spin that provides the legal brand for OpenOffice.org in Brazil. It will be based on Fedora 12 Desktop Spin.|| 2010-01-31 || APPROVED, recurring
 
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| [[Education_Spin | Education Spin]] || The purpose of this spin is to create a ready-to-go development environment for contributing to educational projects inside, but also outside of the Fedora ecosystem. || 2009-07-27 || APPROVED, recurring
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| [[Design_Suite | Design Suite Spin]] || The Fedora Design Suite includes well-selected applications, fitting a variety of use cases. Whether you decide to work on publishing documents, creating images and pictures or even 3D content, the Design Suite has a fitting tool. || 2010-01-31 || APPROVED, new
 
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| [[ElectronicLab_Spin | Electronic Lab Spin]] || Fedora Electronic Lab is Fedora's high-end hardware design and simulation platform. This platform provides different hardware design flows based on the semiconductor industry's current trend. FEL maps in three methodologies {design, simulation and verification} with opensource EDA software. [http://chitlesh.fedorapeople.org/papers/FEL12ReleaseNotes.pdf Release Notes]  || 2009-07-27 || APPROVED, recurring
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| [[ElectronicLab_Spin | Electronic Lab Spin]] || Fedora Electronic Lab is Fedora's high-end hardware design and simulation platform. This platform provides different hardware design flows based on the semiconductor industry's current trend. FEL maps in three methodologies {design, simulation and verification} with opensource EDA software. [http://chitlesh.fedorapeople.org/papers/FEL12ReleaseNotes.pdf Release Notes]  || 2010-01-31 || APPROVED, recurring
 
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| [[Games_Spin | Games Spin]] || The Fedora Games spin offers a perfect show-case of the best games available in Fedora. The included games span several genres, from first person shooters to real-time and turn based strategy games to puzzle games. Not all the games available in Fedora are included on this spin, but trying out this spin will give you a fair impression of Fedora's abilities to run great games. || 2009-07-27 || APPROVED, recurring
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| [[Games_Spin | Games Spin]] || The Fedora Games spin offers a perfect show-case of the best games available in Fedora. The included games span several genres, from first person shooters to real-time and turn based strategy games to puzzle games. Not all the games available in Fedora are included on this spin, but trying out this spin will give you a fair impression of Fedora's abilities to run great games. || 2010-01-31 || APPROVED, recurring
 
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| [[LXDE_Spin | LXDE Spin]] || The Fedora LXDE spin is meant to be a lightweight but yet complete desktop based on LXDE, the Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment. || 2009-07-27 || APPROVED, recurring
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| [[Haskell_Spin|Haskell Spin]] || This spin provides GHC, libraries, cabal-install, Hugs and other related tools. It could be used in Uni CS labs, etc and by people who want a portable Haskell development environment. .ks goes to custom-kickstarts RPM package. No official release || 2010-01-31 || APPROVED, new
 
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| [[XFCE_Spin | XFCE Spin]] || The Fedora Xfce spin showcases the Xfce desktop, which aims to be fast and lightweight, while still being visually appealing and user friendly.  Xfce is a full fledged desktop using the freedesktop.org standard.|| 2009-07-27 || APPROVED, recurring
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| [[LXDE_Spin | LXDE Spin]] || The Fedora LXDE spin is meant to be a lightweight but yet complete desktop based on LXDE, the Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment. || 2010-01-31 || APPROVED, recurring
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| [[Geo_Spin|Geo Spin]] || Fedora Geo Spin is a collection of mapping tools that run on Fedora. This includes tools for map making, integration into OpenStreetMap, and components that can be run on a GPS enabled device. || .ks goes to custom-kickstarts RPM package. No official release
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| [[Security_Spin  | Security Spin ]] || The Fedora Security Spin provides a safe test environment to work on security auditing, forensics, system rescue and teaching security testing methodologies in universities and other organizations. The spin is maintained by a community of security testers and developers. It comes with the clean and fast LXDE Desktop Environment and a customized menu that provides all the instruments needed to follow a proper test path for security testing or to rescue a broken system. The Live image has been crafted to make it possible to install software while running, and if you are running it from a USB stick created with the LiveUSB Creator's overlay feature, you can install and update software and save your test results permanently.    Additional information is available at the [http://spins.fedoraproject.org/security Security Spin home page] and [http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Security_Spin its wiki page].|| 2010-01-31 || APPROVED, new
 
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| [[Haskell_Spin|Haskell Spin]] || This spin provides GHC, libraries, cabal-install, Hugs and other related tools. It could be used in Uni CS labs, etc and by people who want a portable Haskell development environment. || .ks goes to custom-kickstarts RPM package. No official release
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| [[Sugar_on_a_Stick | Sugar on a Stick Spin]] || Sugar on a Stick (SoaS) enables children to reclaim computers. SoaS aims to make it easy for children, parents, or local deployers to provide each student with a small device (USB stick or thumbdrive) that can starts any computer with the student's personalized Sugar environment. We would like to see Sugar's presence, journal, and clarity principles usable on any machine — at school, at home, and anywhere there is a suitable computing device. || 2010-01-31 || APPROVED, new
 
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| [[Security_Spin|Security Spin]] || Provides a fully functional LiveCD based on Fedora for use in security auditing, forensics, and penetration testing. || Not yet approved by Spins SIG at July 27th 2009, but wants to go the full 9 yards
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| [[XFCE_Spin | XFCE Spin]] || The Fedora Xfce spin showcases the Xfce desktop, which aims to be fast and lightweight, while still being visually appealing and user friendly.  Xfce is a full fledged desktop using the freedesktop.org standard.|| 2010-01-31 || APPROVED, recurring
 
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Latest revision as of 12:59, 28 March 2010

[edit] Fedora 13 Release Spins

FIXME: This page is currently a placeholder; feel free to refer to Releases/12/Spins to help you get started, and delete this line once the page is populated.

[edit] Official Fedora Spins

Name Summary Updated Status
AOS Spin Appliances are pre-installed, pre-configured, system images. This Spin is intended to make it easier for anyone (ISVs, developers, OEMS, etc) to create and deploy virtual appliances. The AOS (The Appliance Operating System) is a scaled down version of Fedora with a small footprint containing only the packages necessary to run an appliance. 2010-01-31 APPROVED, recurring
BrOffice.org Spin Due to a brand layer introduced in OpenOffice.org 3.0, Fedora now has the BrOffice.org brand for the office suite, starting with Fedora 10. This spin is intended to be a Brazilian Portuguese localized spin that provides the legal brand for OpenOffice.org in Brazil. It will be based on Fedora 12 Desktop Spin. 2010-01-31 APPROVED, recurring
Design Suite Spin The Fedora Design Suite includes well-selected applications, fitting a variety of use cases. Whether you decide to work on publishing documents, creating images and pictures or even 3D content, the Design Suite has a fitting tool. 2010-01-31 APPROVED, new
Electronic Lab Spin Fedora Electronic Lab is Fedora's high-end hardware design and simulation platform. This platform provides different hardware design flows based on the semiconductor industry's current trend. FEL maps in three methodologies {design, simulation and verification} with opensource EDA software. Release Notes 2010-01-31 APPROVED, recurring
Games Spin The Fedora Games spin offers a perfect show-case of the best games available in Fedora. The included games span several genres, from first person shooters to real-time and turn based strategy games to puzzle games. Not all the games available in Fedora are included on this spin, but trying out this spin will give you a fair impression of Fedora's abilities to run great games. 2010-01-31 APPROVED, recurring
Haskell Spin This spin provides GHC, libraries, cabal-install, Hugs and other related tools. It could be used in Uni CS labs, etc and by people who want a portable Haskell development environment. .ks goes to custom-kickstarts RPM package. No official release 2010-01-31 APPROVED, new
LXDE Spin The Fedora LXDE spin is meant to be a lightweight but yet complete desktop based on LXDE, the Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment. 2010-01-31 APPROVED, recurring
Security Spin The Fedora Security Spin provides a safe test environment to work on security auditing, forensics, system rescue and teaching security testing methodologies in universities and other organizations. The spin is maintained by a community of security testers and developers. It comes with the clean and fast LXDE Desktop Environment and a customized menu that provides all the instruments needed to follow a proper test path for security testing or to rescue a broken system. The Live image has been crafted to make it possible to install software while running, and if you are running it from a USB stick created with the LiveUSB Creator's overlay feature, you can install and update software and save your test results permanently. Additional information is available at the Security Spin home page and its wiki page. 2010-01-31 APPROVED, new
Sugar on a Stick Spin Sugar on a Stick (SoaS) enables children to reclaim computers. SoaS aims to make it easy for children, parents, or local deployers to provide each student with a small device (USB stick or thumbdrive) that can starts any computer with the student's personalized Sugar environment. We would like to see Sugar's presence, journal, and clarity principles usable on any machine — at school, at home, and anywhere there is a suitable computing device. 2010-01-31 APPROVED, new
XFCE Spin The Fedora Xfce spin showcases the Xfce desktop, which aims to be fast and lightweight, while still being visually appealing and user friendly. Xfce is a full fledged desktop using the freedesktop.org standard. 2010-01-31 APPROVED, recurring