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Fedora Weekly News Issue 196

Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 196[1] for the week ending October 4, 2009. What follows are some highlights from this issue.

Starting off with announcements, which includes general, development and event announcements, notice that minutes from last week's Fedora Board open meeting are now available, an update on Fedora 12 milestones, and an upcoming change in NFS. From the Fedora Planet, news and views from Fedora contributors. In Quality Assurance news, review of the latest Test Day on Anaconda's storage system, and detail from the team's weekly meetings, and several other activities. In Design news, details of the Art Team's work for the F12 beta release, an update on additional wallpapers, and discussion of a new notification theme on the list. The Security Advisory beat is back this week, with updates for the past few weeks for Fedora 10 and 11. The Virtualization list offers goodness on Fedora virtualization developments including new virt-rescue and virt-edit tools, and reorganization of the Xen git tree for the dom0 kernel. Our issue wraps up with news from the KDE SIG, including details on the expected feature set for Fedora 12 KDE spin and a new version of Amarok, "Sunjammer. We hope you enjoy this week's FWN!

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FWN Editorial Team: Pascal Calarco, Adam Williamson

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