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[[GaryBenson|Gary Benson]] announced<ref>http://gbenson.net/?p=130</ref> that Zero has passed the Java SE 6 TCK, which means that OpenJDK in Fedora 10 for 32 and 64 bit PowerPC-based systems are now pretty much guaranteed to run anything you can throw at them.
 
[[GaryBenson|Gary Benson]] announced<ref>http://gbenson.net/?p=130</ref> that Zero has passed the Java SE 6 TCK, which means that OpenJDK in Fedora 10 for 32 and 64 bit PowerPC-based systems are now pretty much guaranteed to run anything you can throw at them.
  
[[DanielWalsh|Daniel Walsh]] explained<ref>http://danwalsh.livejournal.com/26428.html</ref> some SELinux voodoo and how to rebuild bits of the policy RPMs.
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[[DanielWalsh|Daniel Walsh]] explained<ref>http://danwalsh.livejournal.com/26428.html</ref>,<ref>http://danwalsh.livejournal.com/26759.html</ref> some SELinux history, voodoo and how to rebuild bits of the policy RPMs.
  
 
[[User:Katzj|Jeremy Katz]] reviewed<ref>http://velohacker.com/fedora-notes/recent-reading-web-usability/</ref> the book <i>Don't Make Me Think</i> by Steve Krug and how that applies to web usability.
 
[[User:Katzj|Jeremy Katz]] reviewed<ref>http://velohacker.com/fedora-notes/recent-reading-web-usability/</ref> the book <i>Don't Make Me Think</i> by Steve Krug and how that applies to web usability.
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Red Hat Magazine<ref>http://magazine.redhat.com/</ref> spotlighted<ref>http://magazine.redhat.com/2009/02/17/video-spotlight-on-func/</ref> Func, which "makes it easy to write commands across large numbers of machines remotely and securely".
 
Red Hat Magazine<ref>http://magazine.redhat.com/</ref> spotlighted<ref>http://magazine.redhat.com/2009/02/17/video-spotlight-on-func/</ref> Func, which "makes it easy to write commands across large numbers of machines remotely and securely".
  
http://dodoincfedora.wordpress.com/2009/02/17/fedora-article-for-the-lugm-magazine/
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[[User:Ankursinha|Ankur Sinha]] wrote<ref>http://dodoincfedora.wordpress.com/2009/02/17/fedora-article-for-the-lugm-magazine/</ref> an article about the history of Fedora and its four core values.
  
http://jspaleta.livejournal.com/34910.html
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[[User:Jspaleta|Jef Spaleta]] wondered<ref>http://jspaleta.livejournal.com/34910.html</ref> how popular Git was, and found some interesting statistics from GitHub. He also discovered that apparently some<ref>http://jspaleta.livejournal.com/35246.html</ref> Canonical developers (the kernel folks) do used Git instead of Bzr.
  
http://jspaleta.livejournal.com/35246.html
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[[User:Liquidat|Roland Wolters]] announced<ref>http://liquidat.wordpress.com/2008/10/15/rpm-fusion-enters-testing-state/</ref> that RPM Fusion<ref>http://rpmfusion.org/</ref> ("a merge of several former Fedora 3rd party repositories providing licence/patent problematic packages") has entered the testing state.
  
http://liquidat.wordpress.com/2008/10/15/rpm-fusion-enters-testing-state/
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[[User:Ryanlerch|Ryan Lerch]] described<ref>http://ryanler.wordpress.com/2009/02/19/create-a-lightbulb-icon-that-follows-the-tango-guidelines/</ref> how to "Create a Lightbulb Icon that follows the tango! guidelines".
 
 
http://danwalsh.livejournal.com/26759.html
 
 
 
http://ryanler.wordpress.com/2009/02/19/create-a-lightbulb-icon-that-follows-the-tango-guidelines/
 
  
 
http://jaboutboul.blogspot.com/2009/02/new-fedora-marketing.html
 
http://jaboutboul.blogspot.com/2009/02/new-fedora-marketing.html

Revision as of 10:45, 23 February 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

Michael DeHaan discussed[1] various Linux system configuration applets and some ideas how to unify/integrate them.

Gary Benson announced[2] that Zero has passed the Java SE 6 TCK, which means that OpenJDK in Fedora 10 for 32 and 64 bit PowerPC-based systems are now pretty much guaranteed to run anything you can throw at them.

Daniel Walsh explained[3],[4] some SELinux history, voodoo and how to rebuild bits of the policy RPMs.

Jeremy Katz reviewed[5] the book Don't Make Me Think by Steve Krug and how that applies to web usability.

Red Hat Magazine[6] spotlighted[7] Func, which "makes it easy to write commands across large numbers of machines remotely and securely".

Ankur Sinha wrote[8] an article about the history of Fedora and its four core values.

Jef Spaleta wondered[9] how popular Git was, and found some interesting statistics from GitHub. He also discovered that apparently some[10] Canonical developers (the kernel folks) do used Git instead of Bzr.

Roland Wolters announced[11] that RPM Fusion[12] ("a merge of several former Fedora 3rd party repositories providing licence/patent problematic packages") has entered the testing state.

Ryan Lerch described[13] how to "Create a Lightbulb Icon that follows the tango! guidelines".

http://jaboutboul.blogspot.com/2009/02/new-fedora-marketing.html

http://0pointer.de/blog/projects/tagging-audio.html

http://www.michaeldehaan.net/?p=871

http://skvidal.wordpress.com/2009/02/19/yum-createrepo-hashlib-rhel5centos5-and-sha256sums/

Events

Francesco Crippa posted[1] some photos from FOSDEM 2009.