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Reporte Semanal Fedora Projects
Beginning this week in coordination with the release of Fedora Core 5 Test 2 release, We have a new effort in place to project timely and crisp weekly reports for everyone in the Fedora community to gather information on the happenings in the Fedora universe in a easily digestible and referenceable format.
Enjoy it at http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Projects/WeeklyReports/ (always redirect to the latest report)
Fedora Core 5 Test 3 disponible
El Proyecto Fedora anuncia la tercera liberación del ciclo de desarrollo de Fedora Core 5, disponible para i386, x86_64 y PPC/PPC64. Concidere que la liberación Test es solo recomendada para expertos en Linux o entusiatas evaluadores de tecnología. Muchas componentes podrían estar rotos y el cambio es rápido.
DVD, CD e instalación por red están disponibles. Favor leer Important Warnings detrás de este anuncio para más información.
The recommended method of download is via Bit
Torrent from this site.
HTTP, FTP, and RSYNC downloads are available from Fedora Project mirrors listed above.
Note that not all mirrors may be synced at this time.
Important Warnings - http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FC5Test3CommonProblems
Please see this page for an updated list of important notes for FC5test3 in order to avoid common problems and troubleshoot problems that you may see.
Red Hat Magazine: March 2006
When Red Hat announces a campaign, we hit the ground running, and collaborating, and talking, and building. We start with good ideas repurposed for a product built on the open source philosophy: hey, look at us, we don't know it all (yet) but it's the ripe time to build. Which takes us to the announcement of our Virtualization Resource Center going live this past Tuesday. You'll find a lot of well-researched information on the resource center site and in this month's issue of Red Hat Magazine.
News in the open source community provides quality content for our readers from updates on the OLPC project , Will Cohen's presentation on open source , a book review of Active Liberty and the tireless work of LibriVox to embellish the public domain.
FUDCon London, 2005 (AKA FUDCon III) - 6 October
FUDCon London 2005, the third gathering of Fedora Users and Developers, was held at Linux
World Conference and Expo UK, on the 6th of October in Olympia exhibition center, London, UK. To download the talks and to watch historic footage from the conference, visit the FUDCon London page.
FUDCon Delhi, 2006 - 9th February 2006
Fedora Core 4 Available!
Fedora Core 4 is now available from Red Hat and at distinguished mirror sites near you, and is also available in the torrent. Fedora Core is available for x86-64, i386, and ppc/ppc64. Please file bugs via Bugzilla, Product Fedora Core, Version 4, so that they are noticed and appropriately classified. Discuss this release on firstname.lastname@example.org.