In this section, we cover the highlights of Planet Fedora - an aggregation of blogs from Fedora contributors worldwide.
Contributing Writer: Adam Batkin
Richard Hughes plans to release the first supported version of Gnome Color Manager this week, along with lots of new features. Daniel Berrange continued with instructions for setting up Firefox to respect your color management wishes.
You can now automatically encrypt QCow2 virtualization disk images in Fedora 12, according to Daniel Berrange. "Why might you want to encrypt a guest's disk from the host, rather than using the guest OS's own block encryption capabilities (eg the block encryption support in anaconda) ? There's a couple of reasons actually..."
"Some people people may chafe at the notion of the Fedora Distribution as a 'product.' I can understand that, particularly if working on a 'product' is associated with strict process, lots of bureaucracy, endless meetings, and the pressure to constantly generate more revenue. Maybe that is one reason some people think defining a target audience for the Fedora distribution is going too far."
- What is Fedora Linux
- What is the Fedora Project
- What’s new in Fedora 13?
- Get to know Fedora Desktop Edition
- Get to know Fedora Electronics Lab"
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<ref> tag</ref> guide to theming Plymouth. "Judging by the many forum postings and articles, many people do enjoy a nice boot splash and there is a real desire to customise their spin or even the individual machine to their preferred theme. In this guide I will try and show you how to make your own custom splash, walking though the process of viewing, changing and installing."
[[User:Mjw|Mark J. Wielaard] and others  "had some fun and made tracing python methods through systemtap possible."