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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


Red Hat Linux 6 has been released[1]. Richard W.M. Jones recommended[2] taking a look at The Register's[3] review.

Meanwhile, Mark J Cox took a look[4] at the vulnerabilities and security updates in RHEL 5.5, as compared to 5.4 and earlier.

Chris Tyler and students at Seneca have helped[5] get ARM rolling as a secondary architecture on Fedora. Meanwhile, Adam John Miller wants[6] that Intel chips for mobile devices continue to improve.

Dan Williams shared[7] some updates to ModemManager, a tool that can manage mobile (3G, etc...) connections under Linux.

Richard W.M. Jones examined[8] the concept of verifying a VM's integrity from the host (for example, using rpm -V). Richard also asked[9] "Should you ever have to reinstall VMs?"

And Richard released[10] Tech Talk PSE 1.0.

Karsten Wade described[11] how to use "The Open Source Way: Creating and nurturing communities of contributors", a community-written textbook on Open Source and communities.

Steven Moix posted[12] a summary of what it has been like to use KDE 4 on Fedora for the past six months.

Greg DeKoenigsberg suggested[13] ways to move education forward, including that "jQuery is the ideal language for educational games."