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Contributing Writer: Adam Batkin
Greg DeKoenigsberg visited Pittsburgh for the opening of the new Red Hat Computing Lab at Carnegie Mellon University. Among the treats was a look at OpenISR, the Internet Suspend/Resume project. Sound cool? It is.
Máirín Duffy says: On Tuesday, November 24 there will be a Fedora Interaction Design Hackfest. Anyone interested in learning about Interaction Design or improving the Fedora user experience should join in on IRC.
A number of folks chimed in with thoughts on some recent changes to the PackageKit default permissions in Fedora 12. Seth Vidal explained: "In f12 the default policy for polkit for package kit is to allow users at the desktop to install signed pkgs from repositories enabled on the system." However, shortly thereafter it was announced that the default would change in an updated package. Ankur Sinha linked to the announcement on fedora-devel.
Fedora 12 Roundup