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[[User:Mjw|Mark J. Wielaard]] wrote<ref>http://gnu.wildebeest.org/diary/2009/01/29/what-are-you-working-on-systemtap/</ref> about what he does for a living at Red Hat, including a link to a LWN article that he wrote that provides a high-level overview of Systemtap.
 
[[User:Mjw|Mark J. Wielaard]] wrote<ref>http://gnu.wildebeest.org/diary/2009/01/29/what-are-you-working-on-systemtap/</ref> about what he does for a living at Red Hat, including a link to a LWN article that he wrote that provides a high-level overview of Systemtap.
 
[[User:Danielsmw|Matthew Daniels]] mused<ref>http://danielsmw.wordpress.com/2009/01/29/social-responsibility/</ref> on the topic of "Social Responsibility" and getting technology out into people's hands everywhere and making all of this social hardware and software accessible.
 
  
 
[[User:Jjmcd|John J. McDonough]] described<ref>http://wb8rcr.multiply.com/journal/item/87/The_relentless_march_of_change</ref> some of the upcoming changes to the Fedora Docs project, including its leadership.
 
[[User:Jjmcd|John J. McDonough]] described<ref>http://wb8rcr.multiply.com/journal/item/87/The_relentless_march_of_change</ref> some of the upcoming changes to the Fedora Docs project, including its leadership.
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[[GaryBenson|Gary Benson]] shared<ref>http://gbenson.net/?p=116</ref>,<ref>http://gbenson.net/?p=118</ref>,<ref>http://gbenson.net/?p=119</ref>,<ref>http://gbenson.net/?p=121</ref>,<ref>http://gbenson.net/?p=122</ref> a series of articles that he wrote about the internals of Zero and Shark (projects which extend OpenJDK to let it run on new platforms without additional and often cumbersome low-level CPU-specific support).
 
[[GaryBenson|Gary Benson]] shared<ref>http://gbenson.net/?p=116</ref>,<ref>http://gbenson.net/?p=118</ref>,<ref>http://gbenson.net/?p=119</ref>,<ref>http://gbenson.net/?p=121</ref>,<ref>http://gbenson.net/?p=122</ref> a series of articles that he wrote about the internals of Zero and Shark (projects which extend OpenJDK to let it run on new platforms without additional and often cumbersome low-level CPU-specific support).
  
http://mso-chronicles.blogspot.com/2009/01/developing-new-library-for-icon-artists.html
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[[User:Mso|Martin Sourada]] developed<ref>http://mso-chronicles.blogspot.com/2009/01/developing-new-library-for-icon-artists.html</ref> a set of scripts "which are intended to ease the life of echo-icon artist - they create new icons from template, are able to add icons/symlinks to echo icon theme and add manage their local git repository."
  
http://jonrob.wordpress.com/2009/01/30/gnome-30interfaces-in-general/
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[[User:Danielsmw|Matthew Daniels]] mused<ref>http://danielsmw.wordpress.com/2009/01/29/social-responsibility/</ref> on the topic of "Social Responsibility" and getting technology out into people's hands everywhere and making all of this social hardware and software accessible.
  
http://jonrob.wordpress.com/2009/01/30/gnome-30interfaces-in-general-part-2/
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[[User:Jonrob|Jonathan Roberts]] posted<ref>http://jonrob.wordpress.com/2009/01/30/gnome-30interfaces-in-general/</ref>,<ref>http://jonrob.wordpress.com/2009/01/30/gnome-30interfaces-in-general-part-2/</ref> some thoughts about how Gnome 3.0 could handle locating information ("Ubiquitous Search") and saving things automatically.
  
 
http://blogs.gnome.org/hughsie/2009/01/30/gnome-power-manager-and-processor-wakeups/
 
http://blogs.gnome.org/hughsie/2009/01/30/gnome-power-manager-and-processor-wakeups/

Revision as of 20:04, 31 January 2009

Planet Fedora

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

http://planet.fedoraproject.org

Contributing Writer: Adam Batkin

General

Chris Ball posted[1] a video and brief description of some patches to the Vino VNC server to support the multiple pointers on X over VNC, so there will be no more fighting over the mouse cursor when connecting into another computer.

Mark J. Wielaard wrote[2] about what he does for a living at Red Hat, including a link to a LWN article that he wrote that provides a high-level overview of Systemtap.

John J. McDonough described[3] some of the upcoming changes to the Fedora Docs project, including its leadership.

Matthew Garrett discuessed[4] some of the issues associated with power management under Linux and how "to make it sufficiently useful and inobtrusive that manual configuration is almost never required."

Gary Benson shared[5],[6],[7],[8],[9] a series of articles that he wrote about the internals of Zero and Shark (projects which extend OpenJDK to let it run on new platforms without additional and often cumbersome low-level CPU-specific support).

Martin Sourada developed[10] a set of scripts "which are intended to ease the life of echo-icon artist - they create new icons from template, are able to add icons/symlinks to echo icon theme and add manage their local git repository."

Matthew Daniels mused[11] on the topic of "Social Responsibility" and getting technology out into people's hands everywhere and making all of this social hardware and software accessible.

Jonathan Roberts posted[12],[13] some thoughts about how Gnome 3.0 could handle locating information ("Ubiquitous Search") and saving things automatically.

http://blogs.gnome.org/hughsie/2009/01/30/gnome-power-manager-and-processor-wakeups/

http://www.happyassassin.net/2009/01/30/intel-gma-500-poulsbo-graphics-on-linux-a-precise-and-comprehensive-summary-as-to-why-youre-screwed/

How-To

Ian Weller http://ianweller.org/2009/01/26/wiki-tip-for-the-week-of-jan-26-2009-moving-pages-with-ease/

Kulbir Saini http://fedora.co.in/content/how-setup-gitweb-fedoracentos

Ding-Yi Chen http://dingyichen.livejournal.com/9382.html

Steven Moix http://www.alphatek.info/2009/01/29/gsynaptics-touchpad-on-fedora-10-hal/