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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


Tim Niemueller installed[1] the Maemo 5 SDK on Fedora, but there were a few "gotcha's" which can easily be worked around.

Radek Vokál summarized[2] his experience at the Red Hat Summit in Chicago, and took some nice pictures from around the city.

Harish Pillay analyzed[3] some security vulnerabilities in Windows Vista, and compared them with the Red Hat line of products. "Why do they [Microsoft] have to resort to outright lies and misrepresentations?"

Matt Domsch mentioned[4] that the Fedora infrastructure should now all work over IPv6.

Mel Chua made[5] some suggestions for writing an effective press release.

Michel Salim rebutted[6] the recent cries that OLPC has been a complete failure. "OLPC has failures in abundance, but it is a radical, category-creating product."

Greg DeKoenigsberg is seeking[7] Fedora contributers (whether they contribute a little or a lot) to be interviewed for a research project.

David Lutterkort wrote[8] about how to use Augeas to modify comments in configuration files.

Michael Tiemann posted[9] an interesting comic strip (and an actual post) about how some companies are patent trolls. It's amusing, I promise.