The mission of the Fedora Documentation Project is to provide documentation to users and developers to improve the overall usage of Fedora. We do that by explaining the usage of certain pieces of software or systems, provide written accounts of special events(releases, etc), and provide recommendations on setting of software or systems (security, performance, etc).
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