In this section, we cover the highlights of Planet Fedora - an aggregation of blogs from Fedora contributors worldwide. This edition covers highlights from the past two weeks.
Contributing Writer: Adam Batkin
Speaking of marketing, Karsten Wade posted video on how "building sustainable community in Fedora leads to new innovation and new fun stuff for people to play with." And apparently the Red Hat Wikipedia page could use some updating.
Charles Brej continued the Plymouth Theming Guide. If you have ever wanted your startup sequence to include a butterfly flapping its wings across the screen instead of a boring old progress bar, this is the series for you.
Richard Hughes created the shared-color-profiles project to collect ICC profiles for various devices for use with Gnome Color Manager. Also mentioned is a set of inexpensively available targets for use in calibrating any unknown device.
Karel Zak described the new unshare command that is part of util-linux-ng 2.17. "The unshare(1) is a new command line interface to unshare Linux syscall and allows a program to run with some parts of the process execution context unshared from parent." An example shown is hiding a mounted filesystem within one shell session.
Although there were lots of posts from/about FUDCon, these three posts were selected as they present good broad summaries of the event: