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[[User:Thl|Thorsten Leemhuis]] explained<ref></ref> why he believes that Fedora should ensure that kmods work well, while leaving the actual kmods themselves in RPM Fusion.
[[User:Jack|Jack Aboutboul]] linked<ref></ref> to the Fedora 11 Podcast interview with Jonathan Dieter about <code>Presto</code>, which allows users to update their RPM-based system without having to download entire RPM files (only their deltas are downloaded).
[[User:Jspaleta|Jef Spaleta]] announced<ref></ref> that a record 1,996,040 unique IPs accessed over May 2009.
[[Peter Hutterer|Peter Hutterer]] explained<ref></ref> how X handles mouse button mappings (it's not as easy as you think!) and continued<ref></ref> with "XI2 Recipes, Part 1" and example programs that can support multiple mouse cursors and keyboard foci.
[[User:Kwade|Karsten Wade]] wrote<ref></ref> about the process necessary to vote in the FESCo and Fedora Board election, from signing the CLA to joining a contributing sub-project.
[[User:Jack|Jack Aboutboul]] interviewed<ref></ref> Bastien Nocera, "long time Fedora Contributor and Desktop Renaissance Man" about authentication and fingerprinting in F11/12.
[[DaveMalcolm|Dave Malcolm]] released<ref></ref> a new version (0.4) of <code>squeal</code>, the command line text query tool, with a number of new features include the ability to handle arbitrary text files (split on whitespace like awk, or use regular expressions) and support for pcap (tcpdump/wireshark) dump files.
[[MaxSpevack|Max Spevack]] answered<ref></ref> the age-old question "why is Fedora always released on a Tuesday?"
[[User:Pfrields|Paul W. Frields]] published<ref></ref> a "Fedora teams’ call to action" which might be described as a number of important points to make Fedora teams more "sustainable" (how would a team cope if a contributor was eaten by a dinosaur?)

Revision as of 10:10, 14 June 2009

Planet Fedora

In this section, we cover the highlights of Planet Fedora[1] - an aggregation of blogs from Fedora contributors worldwide.

Contributing Writer: Adam Batkin