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=== General ===
 
=== General ===
  
[[MichaelDeHaan|Michael DeHaan]] wrote[1] an essay entitled ''Academics, Innovation, Patents, And a Path Beyond?'' about FOSS, cross-organizational collaboration and encouraging innovation.
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http://overholt.ca/wp/?p=114
 
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http://iquaid.org/2009/01/11/moving-toward-a-content-management-decision/
[[User:Jspaleta|Jef Spaleta]] had some ideas[2] about "how to do more focused new contributor recruitment and training in Fedora" and using the <code>Mugshot</code> online service to gather statistics and create personalized notifications (invitations) to its users.
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http://www.abhishekrane.com/2009/01/12/magellanamarok-2011-released-screenshot-changelog/
 
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http://jspaleta.livejournal.com/32178.html
[[User:Duffy|Máirín Duffy]] created[3] a list of questions (and provoked a healthy discussion) that could be used to develop a set of guidelines for notifications ("Chatty Applications").
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http://mihmo.livejournal.com/67737.html
 
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http://poelcat.wordpress.com/2009/01/14/fast-spaceless-backups/
[[GregDeK|Greg DeKoenigsberg]] wrote[4] about some of the work going in to synchronizing Fedora and OLPC efforts.
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http://blog.chris.tylers.info/index.php?/archives/170-FUDCon-F11-Video.html
 
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http://jspaleta.livejournal.com/32488.html
[[JamesMorris|James Morris]] explained[5] some of the security changes that have gone in to the latest (2.6.28) Linux Kernel.
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http://gregdek.livejournal.com/43698.html
 
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http://jspaleta.livejournal.com/32733.html
[[User:Kwade|Karsten Wade]] asked "why aren’t you publishing on the Fedora wiki?"[6] and followed up with a set of thoughts to encourage documentation contributions.
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http://zeusville.wordpress.com/2009/01/15/spacewalk-04-released/
 
 
After a few Fedora 10 frustrations, [[User:Vwbusguy|Scott Williams]] tried-out[7] OpenSuSE and found some good bits and some not-so-good bits.
 
 
 
The latest [http://www.redhatmagazine.com/ Red Hat Magazine] included[8] a video interview of Michael DeHann discussing Cobbler "and how it simplifies network installations for datacenters and other large-scale linux environments".
 
 
 
[[User:Jlaska|James Laska]] continued[9] his tutorial on ''Creating a virtual test lab'' (using tools such as Cobbler, Koan and SNAKE).
 
 
 
[[User:Ke4qqq|David Nalley]] thanked[10] HP for providing Mini-notes (with Linux preinstalled!) for Fedora Ambassadors.
 
 
 
[[User:Jspaleta|Jef Spaleta]] wrote[11] an open letter to Mark Shuttleworth questioning the openness (or lack thereof) of Canonical's Launchpad.
 
 
 
[1] http://www.michaeldehaan.net/?p=820
 
 
 
[2] http://jspaleta.livejournal.com/31456.html
 
 
 
[3] http://mihmo.livejournal.com/66637.html
 
 
 
[4] http://gregdek.livejournal.com/43404.html
 
 
 
[5] http://james-morris.livejournal.com/37583.html
 
 
 
[6] http://iquaid.org/2009/01/06/the-outside-and-inside-of-documentation-or-why-arent-you-publishing-on-the-fedora-wiki/
 
 
 
[7] http://vwbusguy.wordpress.com/2009/01/07/review-opensuse-111/
 
 
 
[8] http://www.redhatmagazine.com/2009/01/07/video-spotlight-on-cobbler/
 
 
 
[9] http://jlaska.livejournal.com/3910.html
 
 
 
[10] http://www.nalley.sc/david/?p=171
 
 
 
[11] http://jspaleta.livejournal.com/31829.html
 
 
 
=== FUDCon 11 ===
 
A small selection of FUDCon-related posts:
 
 
 
[1] http://sexysexypenguins.com/2009/01/10/fudcon-f11-not-in-boston-listen-live-watch-videos-after/ ("Not in Boston? Listen Live, Watch Videos After!")
 
 
 
[2] Photos: http://mihmo.livejournal.com/67003.html
 
 
 
[3] More photos: http://mihmo.livejournal.com/67287.html
 
 
 
[4] Even more photos: http://mihmo.livejournal.com/67388.html
 

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