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  • This category is for all pages related to past or future SCaLE events. [[Category:Events]][[Category:Events in the US]]
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  • ...since that time I have tried several distributions choosing to Fedora over the rest. My intention is to help the rest of the users to learn about alternatives to the tools used by them.
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  • {{header|events}} Our goal is to connect with other teams and women in Fedora in order to discuss topics around Diversity and Inclusion.
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  • Welcome to the Fedora Ambassadors of North America (FAmNA) page. FAmNA is a collection of folks from the United States and Canada who share the Fedora message with others throughout North America.
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  • ...u. If you are asking for funding, it is critical that you complete all of the steps or we will not be able to fund your event. ...be sponsored by the Fedora Ambassadors) needs to do the next steps BEFORE the event:
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  • {{header|events}} * the FAD will take place during [http://www.linuxdays.cz/ LinuxDays 2013] in Prague on Oct 5-6th.
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  • ...hese things are in place now in PulseAudio, and just need to be integrated in a nice UI.
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  • {{header|events}} [http://lug.uniroma2.it/linuxday/come-raggiungerci/] in Rome, Italy
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  • {{header|events}} = DevConf.US 2019 =
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  • {{header|events}} [http://www.oregoncc.org/ Oregon Convention Center] in Portland, Oregon
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  • == Fedora 29 Release Party in Tirana, Albania == ...a 29 and discuss with newcomers how they can get involved at the local and the global community.
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  • ...ve and enjoy with family and friends. We decided to share a breakfast with the members of LinuXatUNI. We have conformed a LinuXatUNi community in Lima, Peru a year ago, where we encourage more students to be involved with
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  • [[Category:Events 2015]] {{header|events}}
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  • '''Issues when shipping media/swag among the countries in APAC.''' ...oblems, solutions and any advice for future work. You will help us to make the media/swag shipping process easier and easier.}}
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  • {{header|events}} ...e, Innovation and Technology (CONECIT) is an annual event that takes place in Peru.
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  • ...all the information about Fedora Pakistan Projects and Fedora Contributors in Pakistan. It's a community based team to empower and engage people from Pak ...t/ Libera] network. [[Fedora_Channel_FAQ|Read it]] to know how to maximize the support you receive from IRC.
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  • {{header|events}} [[Category:Release events]] [[Category:Events]]
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  • {{header|events}} ...vity Days during the four days of the forum. Talks about Fedora will be on the event schedule as well as a Fedora 15 release social event.
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  • {{header|events}} * Place: Room 108 at the SLCC Miller Free Enterprise Center
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  • ...ources. The real budget will be reflected by the Treasurer on LATAM ledger in Fedora Budget system.}} ...red as the final value of the budget. We will keep it to have reference of events. It will be deleted later.'''
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  • {{header|events}} ...m-aveiro.pt Aveiro] and invites all Linux users to come and participate in the FAD.
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  • {{header|events}} = DevConf.US 2018 =
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  • {{header|events}} ...under a single roof and work on building automated build system for any of the open source project of their choice.
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  • {{header|events}} ...nitz, the CLUG, the Computer Center and the Faculty of computer science at the TU Chemnitz and many volunteers make it happen.
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  • ...general template for ambassadors to use when creating a new event page on the wiki. Not every section will apply to every event so only include those tha {{header|events}}
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  • {{header|events}} * Virtual events around the world
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  • {{header|events}} == SCaLE 10X: The Southern California Linux Expo ==
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  • * The Fedora Malaysia website is located at http://fedora.my/ * You may contact us through IRC channel at '''#fedora-my''' @ irc.freenode.net.
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  • {{header|events}} ...e event, including the link to your event page, to the list of worldwide [[Events]]. }}
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  • '''SUB: Proposal for Project day on behalf of the Fedora Project.''' Team FOSS.in,
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  • {{header|events}} ...nitz, the CLUG, the Computer Center and the Faculty of computer science at the TU Chemnitz and many volunteers make it happen.
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  • {{header|events}} ...ea aims to disseminate new technologies based on Free Software, as well as the exchange of experiences with communities, universities and public and priva
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  • {{header|events}} === Local Events ===
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  • {{header|events}} ...ndividual projects, and the 4 of us show that we want to do more things to the community.
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  • {{header|events}} ...nux Expo will be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday, February 20-22, 2009 at The Westin Los Angeles Airport.
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  • {{header|events}} ...perience from Fedora users and ask questions to people already involved in the community.
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  • {{header|events}} = Fedora Events: Linuxwochen Wien 2010, Vienna, Austria =
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  • {{header|events}} = Linux Weekend'17 in Tirana, Albania =
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  • ...d and tied with the UI interface classes. Its implementation doesn't allow us to easily track if a certain step is going to be taken or skipped. Because ...on, it has also been suggested we could use the GLib loop to dispatch all events.
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  • = Fedora Events: AREL Report = introducing all the organisation of the area (photo, radio, internet,
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  • ...ould make us stand out, so that visitors/attendees could visually identify us. The requirements for this shirt were:
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  • {{header|events}} = Fedora Events: Chemnitzer Linuxtage 2011 - Chemnitz, Germany =
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  • This will be a social event to celebrate the release of Fedora 30! * Socializing with other Fedora users in our department.
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  • == What is the Campus Ambassadors program? == ...ssadors]] and enjoy all of the benefits of being in that group, along with the chance to socialize and plan with fellow students.
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  • ...ng project]]. Please see that page for an overview of where this fits into the process. ...ailing list, because it is not possible for us to remove any postings from the wider Internet universe after they are sent. For more details, please refer
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  • {{header|events}} = Fedora Events: FrOSCon 2010 - Sankt Augustin, Germany =
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  • ...d our Contact Details, Ambassadors, Team Members, Contributors, Events, of us. ...ping Fedora Project - Myanmar Community with all they can to spread Fedora in local.
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  • {{header|events}} The International Consumer Electronics Show (International CES) showcases more
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  • {{header|events}} ...nitz, the CLUG, the Computer Center and the faculty of computer science at the TU Chemnitz and many volunteers make it happen.
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  • Work on the [[Summer Coding SIG]] needs. * 7:30 - advance team sneaks in to the room
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  • {{admon/tip | This is an approved document. | This document was approved by the Server Working Group on November 5, 2013. It was approved by FESCo on Novem This document describes the governing structure for the Fedora Server WG.
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  • {{header|events}} ...and networking opportunities including connecting with female contributors in open source communities.
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  • {{header|events}} = Fedora Events: FrOSCon 2009 - Sankt Augustin, Germany =
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  • {{header|events}} ...nitz, the CLUG, the Computer Center and the faculty of computer science at the TU Chemnitz and many volunteers make it happen.
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  • ...ity which makes Nginx suited for both the small and the busiest servers on the Internet. To have the server start at each boot:
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  • {{header|events}} ...dora Birds of a Feather meeting will take place from 7-8 p.m. on Friday at the Midway Room -- either a continuation of work will or just a social hour wil
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  • {{header|events}} ...he fedora community in Singapore are planning to have a release party with the local opensource community. This party is aimed at being a fun, educational
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  • {{header|events}} ...nitz, the CLUG, the Computer Center and the Faculty of computer science at the TU Chemnitz and many volunteers make it happen.
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  • {{header|events}} == SCaLE 8x: The Southern California Linux Expo ==
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  • {{header|events}} == SCaLE 12X: The Southern California Linux Expo ==
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  • {{header|events}} = Project Day at FOSS.in =
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  • '''<big>= Fedora 30 Release Party in Ankara =</big>''' ...re in general is all about and ask questions of people already involved in the community. It is also a opportunity for students of Department of Computer
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  • {{header|events}} ...it.edu/ Massachusetts Institute of Technology], where students from around the country flock to MIT for a weekend of programming and contest. They create
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  • * Understanding Impact of Attending Fedora Events like FOSDEM * Year in Review Metrics for differents parts of Fedora Project.
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  • '''<big>= Fedora 31 Release Party in Ankara =</big>''' ...re in general is all about and ask questions of people already involved in the community. It is also a opportunity for students of Department of Computer
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  • ...make any changes. This wiki page is maintained by the FAmSCo members based in North America. Currently, this is [[User:award3535|Andrew Ward (award3535)] ...ra Ambassadors North America (FAmNA). If you're not from NA, please follow the guidelines of your region ([[Ambassadors/EMEA/Reimbursement|EMEA]], [[Ambas
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  • ...to the Kingdom of Spain. We spread the Fedora Project through a series of events ranging from live presentations, or "Meetups" to talk about Fedora, Linux, 99% events will be in spanish
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  • {{header|events}} ...ill find out how Fedora Project is organized and clear their doubts asking the community members.
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  • ...es and people who share the idea that software should be free and open for the local community and governments to develop and customize to its needs. ...f spreading the word about Fedora in Albania and would be important to aid in establishing a local active Fedora community there.
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  • * Proven packagers and rel-eng still needs to be able to do their work in dist-git: their workflows MUST NOT be dirupted. ...able to step in for automation and replace some of its actions if needed. The automation NEEDS TO handle such situation.
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  • ...f you have any remarks, comments, ideas, etc..which can help us to improve the FOSDEM'11 Edition. {{note}} : For more details about the organization in itself, please go to ''' [[FOSDEM 2011 Organization| FOSDEM 2011 Project
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  • '''<big>= Fedora 28 Release Party in Ankara =</big>''' ...re in general is all about and ask questions of people already involved in the community. It is also a opportunity for students of Department of Computer
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  • {{header|events}} == SCaLE 9X: The Southern California Linux Expo ==
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  • == Fedora 29 Release Party in Ankara / TURKEY == ...re in general is all about and ask questions of people already involved in the community. It is also a opportunity for students of Department of Computer
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  • {{header|events}} ...e event, including the link to your event page, to the list of worldwide [[Events]]. }}
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  • {{header|events}} ...dora Women's Day marks the anniversary of the [[Women|Fedora Women]] team. The event is headed by Fedora's [[Diversity and Inclusion Team|Diversity & Incl
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  • ...a.org/ Flock] is Fedora's annual contributor conference. It's described as the following: ...to make those ideas a reality, and continue to promote the core values of the Fedora community: Freedom, Friends, Features, and First.''
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  • ...is a national event called “Linux Day” (www.linuxday.it). This year it was the 18th edition and it was held on October 27. ...lated to Linux and FLOSS, that is directly organized by people involved in the communities and by ordinary users.
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  • {{header|events}} == SCaLE 11X: The Southern California Linux Expo ==
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  • {{header|events}} ...nitz, the CLUG, the Computer Center and the faculty of computer science at the TU Chemnitz and many volunteers make it happen.
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  • ...nce to everyone. Our code of conduct is intended to help everyone maintain the PyCon spirit. We thank all attendees and staff for observing it. [https://us.pycon.org/2016/ PyCon 2016]
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  • {{header|events}} ...FGSL brings up topics on Free Software usage, production and diffusion in the State of Goiás, Brazil.[http://fgsl.net/ website]
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  • * Go over next 3 months [[FedoraEvents| Fedora Events]] -- ThomasChung * Remind [[Distribution/FreeMedia/FC6DVD/April|FreeMedia Requests in April Queue]] -- ThomasChung
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  • {{header|events}} = Fedora Events: Chemnitzer Linuxtage 2012 - Chemnitz, Germany =
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  • ...important | Ambassadors, update this agenda with your latest items before the meeting has started.}} ...rent status of upcoming Fedora Events in EMEA. See [[FedoraEvents| Fedora Events]] page.
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  • ...rocesses new Ambassadors need to know, ideas on how they can contribute to the community. ==Values of the Mentor Program==
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  • {{header|events}} ...FISL] is the largest FOSS event in Latin America and one of the largest in the world.
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  • {{header|events}} = Fedora Events: FrOSCon 2008 - Sankt Augustin, Germany =
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  • ...n upcoming Fedora release, but they also regularly test important areas of the Fedora distribution, like upgrades, internationalization, graphical drivers ...ple who create said software and discuss any issues you might have with it in a live conversation.
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  • {{header|events}} [[Category:Release events]] [[Category:Events]]
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  • {{header|events}} ...nitz, the CLUG, the Computer Center and the faculty of computer science at the TU Chemnitz and many volunteers make it happen.
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  • {{header|events}} ...FOSDEM] is the biggest free and non-commercial event organized by and for the community. Its goal is to provide Free and Open Source developers a place t
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  • {{header|events}} ...e event, including the link to your event page, to the list of worldwide [[Events]]. }}
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  • Below are the current tasks tracking for members of [[Ambassadors/NA|FAMNA]]. ...rs meet on irc.freenode.net, #fedora-meeting, every Tuesday at 9pm Eastern US time.
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  • ...after Alpha. This often leads string freeze breaks. The breaks informed to us are translated but have to rely on translator's great flexibility. For sile ...Freeze, thus allows the developers to change/add/remove strings freely to the last minute without soliciting to translation team.
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  • ...used for events attended by Fedora on the US east coast. The event box is the "essentials" of everything we need to successfully run and execute an event ...equest banners, make sure you file a separate ticket for the event box AND the banners.
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  • {{header|events}} ...e event, including the link to your event page, to the list of worldwide [[Events]]. }}
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  • {{header|events}} Horizon'09 is the sixth annual national-level Technical Festival organised by students of Dr.
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  • {{header|events}} ...nitz, the CLUG, the Computer Center and the faculty of computer science at the TU Chemnitz and many volunteers make it happen.
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  • {{header|events}} ...re in general is all about and ask questions of people already involved in the community. It is also a opportunity for students of Department of Electroni
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  • He is the Co-Founder and CEO of Microdot. ...source OpenMCT framework to control weather data capturing chips remotely, the data is used to make predictions on crop and animal diseases with Deep Lear
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  • * Question and Answer session. Come in and ask questions about Fedora. * Install Fest. Bring in your laptops and/or desktops and let us help you get Fedora installed.
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  • {{header|events}} = Fedora Events: FrOSCon 2011 - Sankt Augustin, Germany =
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  • * The participants will be posted after the meeting. ...important | Ambassadors, update this agenda with your latest items before the meeting has started.}}
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  • ...tClass sections into the xorg.conf ('''careful when recommending to delete the xorg.conf for other bugs'''). This needs to be done manually, there's no au Most evdev bugs aren’t actually evdev bugs. they tend to get caught before the releases. They’re either configuration issues (HAL, usually) or server bu
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  • === Open Source in Education === ...educators in support of the Open Source in Education vision. Participate in ancillary educational opportunities as they arise and where associated valu
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  • ...e in attendance to introduce themselves by claiming what timezone they are in, and what teams/subprojects they already work on within Fedora. ...nd are certainly open for suggestions. You can read about the specifics of the proposal here: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/CommOps
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  • * [http://www.redhatmagazine.com/2007/02/27/the-open-palettehow-to-use-inkscapes-new-blur-filter/ Open Palette] * [[Join|Join the Project]]
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  • Fedora will be co-hosting the table with Red Hat like last year. Red Hat has also made a Full Conference Team members show up throughout the evening of the 7th early morning of the 8th.
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  • = F33 Release Party Social Events = The Mindshare Committee is currently working on organizing a Release party even
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  • What is the cause of reimbursement issues in your region/country? What is your proposed solution? ==How should we handle requests to pay for things in advance?==
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  • {{header|events}} ...re in general is all about and ask questions of people already involved in the community. It is also a opportunity for students of Department of Electroni
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  • {{header|events}} ...re in general is all about and ask questions of people already involved in the community. It is also a opportunity for students of Department of Electroni
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  • {{header|events}} {{admon/important | On hold | The status of this event is currently on hold until a new owner is found and fu
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  • ...| This page is outdated. Please refer to https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/mindshare-committee/ }} ...ors related with expenses for EMEA. If you're not from EMEA, please follow the guidelines of your region ([[FAMNA_Reimbursement_Guidelines|NA]], [[Ambassa
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  • ...rs can't make a meeting due to travel or conflicts with their $DAYJOB, but the combination of meeting attendance plus email is a nice metric.}} FAmSCo held 3 meetings in March. Attendance was as follows:
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  • ...and tracking progress very easy. The roadmap shows the road ahead, listing the upcoming project milestones. == Which modules do the Fedora project use? ==
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  • ...ons to the college can be found at [https://seattlecentral.edu/about/visit-us SCC Directions]. ...to pay for parking at local lots. [https://seattlecentral.edu/about/visit-us/public-parking Parking Information]
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  • ...nt | Ambassadors, please update this agenda with your latest items before the meeting has started. }} ...rent status of upcoming Fedora Events in EMEA. See [[FedoraEvents| Fedora Events]] page.
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  • ...407a40" colspan="2" | mh, ok, just a minute (hoping someone else will join us) | style="color: #407a40" colspan="2" | Max posted in the list all the details about
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  • {{header|events}} ...can compare this to the original [[Red Hat Summit 2013 vision|vision]] for the event on its own page.
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  • {{header|events}} ...nitz, the CLUG, the Computer Center and the faculty of computer science at the TU Chemnitz and many volunteers make it happen.
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  • * TODO: please insert your name if you want to join the organizing committee People who are helping us in collecting informations and contacting people for our proposal
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  • {{header|events}} ...always had a NPO area) back in December promoting Fedora (and Open Source in general).
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  • ...ee Open Source Software Conference (FOSSCON) is scheduled for August 26 at the International House of Philadelphia ...OSCON or SELF, this conference is on of the premier Northeast 'community' events for all things F/LOSS.
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  • ...eastlinuxfest.org/ Southeast Linuxfest] is scheduled for June 8-10 2018 at the Sheraton Charlotte Airport ...several surrounding states. Attending this event enables us to demonstrate the powerful and versatile Workstation, Server, and Atomic operating system sof
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  • {{header|events}} ...ut are relevant to the release of the Fedora operating system according to the [http://portingdb-encukou.rhcloud.com/ PortingDB] app.
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  • ...for users, developers, and journalists -- people who aren't yet a part of the Fedora contributor community -- to keep up with recent highlights without f This wiki page is for people interested in working on and contributing to [https://insight.fedoraproject.org Fedora In
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  • Thanks for your interest in sponsoring Flock! Flock is a brand new work to make those ideas a reality, and continue to promote the core
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  • ...ryone what Fedora is, why the project can help them, and how they can help the project. ...|Fedora Ambassadors]] who spread the word about Fedora at events and allow the Fedora Project to interact directly with its existing and prospective users
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  • {{header|events}} ...Fé de Bogotá) is the capital and largest city of Colombia administered as the Capital District, although often thought of as part of Cundinamarca
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  • ..., Fedora, and the awesome things Fedora can help them accomplish. At these events, there is often an important need for merchandise or printed items. These c ...needed to request and print Fedora-branded items, materials, and more from the [[Design]] team.
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  • ...guideline, please do not make any changes. This wiki page is maintained by the Treasurer for LATAM, contact him/her for more clarifications.}} ...n related with expenses for LATAM. If you're not from LATAM, please follow the guidelines for your region ([[Ambassadors/EMEA/Reimbursement|EMEA]], [[Amba
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  • ...ntly being updated while we work on offers, logistics and costs to provide the best possible solution.}} ** Most likely, we will stay at Jolly Hotel, 5min on foot from the very city center. Address is: Avni Rustemi Square, Tirana 1001, Albania
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  • * Events updates cnblue, moment, i'll give you the link
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  • ...event on Saturday and the World Famous Raffle. About 2000 people attended in 2015. ...hwest.org/user/register register online] and you can pick up your badge at the Friday Night Party.
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  • {{admon/tip | Member of the press? | If you're a member of the press, visit our dedicated [[Fedora press material | press material page]]. ...ryone what Fedora is, why the project can help them, and how they can help the project.
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  • {{admon/tip | Member of the press? | If you're a member of the press, visit our dedicated [[Fedora press material | press material page]]. ...ryone what Fedora is, why the project can help them, and how they can help the project.
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  • ...a what kind of audience we can approach there, what our reach would be, if the event has our target audience. ...2017 starts on March 1 2016 and ends on February 29 2017, please add only events which take place between those days.
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  • ...r to provide background information for some operations that will arise in the scope of [[Marketing/SWOT|Fedora SWOT Analysis]], where some strategical po ...r Individual contributing for the Fedora Project can use it for many ends, the ultimate handicap of this, is actually YOUR IMAGINATION!.
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  • Text in <span style="color:#FF0000">red</span> needs editing no matter what. ...connections made at Flock help sustain our "Friends" foundation throughout the year as we interact through IRC, email, and other digital links.
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  • ...lows relatively new contributors to sit on FAmSCo and bring fresh ideas to the table. ...two days before the voting period opens by writing their information onto the wiki (Fedora account, email and irc nick, statement of past contributions a
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  • Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 127 for the week of April 7th, 2008. In Announcements, we have "Rawhide 20080404 Snapshot Released", "Call for Stor
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  • Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 125 for the week of March 17th, 2008. In Announcements, we have "Fedora 9 Beta slipped a few days", "Michael Tiemann
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  • * The 2015 APAC edition of FUDCon will be held at MIT COE, Pune from the 26-28 June. #fudconin * At FUDCon Pune, participate in hands-on workshops and sessions where like-minded people get together to di
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  • {{header|events}} ...which will take place in Ciudad Autonoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina. Also, the plan is to use this event as a kickstart to promote Buenos Aires as candida
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  • ...te a [[Summer Coding 2010 student application - Your Name]] that is pulled in here. For more information, read [[Summer Coding 2010 step-by-step for stu 1. The project is titled 'Four Seasons of Code'
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  • ...Ohio Linuxfest] is scheduled for September 29-30 2017 at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Columbus, Ohio''' ...ortunity for ambassadors with different expertise within Fedora to provide the best possible experience to our audience.
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  • {{header|events}} ...a 24 and using [https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Cheese GNOME Cheese] to record the talks. We will not be recording hackfests or workshops.
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  • Fedora Project welcomes you to the Fedora Weekly News(FWN): Issue 296<ref>http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Is ...can join your particular interest at any time; meantime if you interested in contributing to Fedora Weekly News, please see our 'join' page<ref>http://f
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  • ...the same polo shirts as EMEA region Ambassadors have. That will help us on events being recognized as Fedora Ambassadors. {{Admon/warning|Please Do not add your size here anymore, use the [https://pagure.io/ambassadors-apac APAC Pagure instance] instead and creat
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  • ...ly News Issue 197<ref>http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue197</ref> for the week ending October 11, 2009. What follows are some highlights from this i ...nd the issue rounds out with virtualization news, including more detail on the new virt-top release, and limiting VNC access to a single guest. Read on,
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  • ...which is a [[FAD]] focused on collaboration on docs with other projects in the Fedora ecosystem. ...code: 97839 21014 -- see https://bluejeans.com/numbers for toll free call-in; or via your web browser, use https://redhat.bluejeans.com/pfrields to join
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  • ...n recruiting (and enabling the recruitment of) new designers to Fedora via the Fedora Badges and Fedora Hubs projects. ...s-design-team/ as we presented to the Fedora Council in November 2015], is the recruitment of more and new designers to our community. Linux and generally
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  • * [http://www.redhatmagazine.com/2007/02/27/the-open-palettehow-to-use-inkscapes-new-blur-filter/ Open Palette] * [[Join|Join the Project]]
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  • ...lement the current financial process for fedora ambassador described below in respect to standardization between regions that will give [[FAMSCO|Fedora A To ask FAmSCo for budget is necessary to complete the following steps:
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  • {{admon/tip | Member of the press? | If you're a member of the press, visit our dedicated [[Fedora press material | press material page]]. ...щихся Fedora. on all major development updates, releases, new projects and events related to Fedora. Обдумайте выбор одной или двух
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  • Leggi la nostra [https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/Fedora/{{FedoraVersion}}/html/Installation_Guide/index.html Guida veloce a In [[RoadMap/it|viaggio]] tra le release di Fedora
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  • ...ly News Issue 195<ref>http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue195</ref> for the week ending September 27, 2009. What follows are some highlights from this ...h news from the Art/Design team, providing detail on the mosaic polish for the Fedora 12 theme. That rounds out this week's issue of Fedora Weekly News, w
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  • ...Weekly News Issue 81 for the week of March 25th through March 31st, 2007. The latest issue can always be found [[FWN/LatestIssue|here]] . The third of four test releases for Fedora 7 was announced by JeremyKatz in [https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-announce-list/2007-March/msg00003.h
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  • Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 122 for the week of February 25th, 2008. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue122 In Announcements, we have "Fedora Board IRC meeting 2008-03-04".
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  • ...ose Fedora is the Design team project I've decided to contribute to. It is in line with my summer goals, and being a hobby designer myself, I look forwar ...a long term contributor across diverse areas, and Fedora gives me exactly the opportunity.
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  • ...ver since I started to learn computing. I helped various FLOSS initiatives in Sri Lanka and helped lot of people who try to start their computing life wi ...ntact with other cool project members. Also fedora project community seems the most successful Linux distro project which has nice and very solid communit
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  • ...ver since I started to learn computing. I helped various FLOSS initiatives in Sri Lanka and helped lot of people who try to start their computing life wi ...ntact with other cool project members. Also fedora project community seems the most successful Linux distro project which has nice and very solid communit
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  • Today the Fedora Project is pleased to announce the general release of Fedora 24. Download it now from our Get Fedora site: == Another Step in the Fedora Journey ==
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  • ...Weekly News Issue 96[1] for the week of July 8th through July 14th 2007. The latest issue can always be found here[2] and RSS Feed can be found here[3] In this section, we cover announcements from various projects.
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  • ...ly News Issue 192<ref>http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue192</ref> for the week ending September 6, 2009. What follows are some highlights from this ...related news, including new Fedora 12 features, and future developments to the Xen dom0 kernels. Enjoy FWN 192!
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  • Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 118 for the week of January 28th, 2008. [[FWN/Issue118]] ...1, "Fedora win32 livecd-iso-to-usb tool" and "Video: Simple layer blending in Gimp"
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  • ...help you. Because users and contributors span the globe, a key element to the project is communication. [[#Forums|Forums]], [[#Mailing_Lists|mailing list * '''Documentation''': [https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/docs/ Docs]
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  • ...help you. Because users and contributors span the globe, a key element to the project is communication. [[#Forums|Forums]], [[#Mailing_Lists|mailing list * '''Documentation''': [https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/docs/ Docs]
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  • ...hat they are valid for this year too. We are in the process of cleaning up the page.}} Find an idea you like? Want to propose your own? See the [[GSOC_2017/Student_Application_Process|student application process]].
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  • ...kly News Issue 85[1] for the week of April 22nd through April 28th, 2007. The latest issue can always be found here[2] and RSS Feed can be found here[3] In this section, we cover announcements from various projects.
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  • {{header|events}} '''The 2016 LATAM FUDCon will be held in Puno, Perú, November 13-14-15-16, 2016.'''
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  • This page is intended to provide insight as to how we manage the [[Scholarship|Fedora Scholarship]]. ...AT fedoraproject DOT org'' alias points to you. This can be done by asking the prior administrator to [https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-infrastructure/newt
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  • ** Already completed by the infrastructure team, yay infrastructure! * adamw + jlaska - Bodhi QA workflow status check-in
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  • ...Please note your idea on [[Summer_coding_ideas_for_2013|the idea page for the GSoC 2013]]'' Find an idea you like? Want to propose your own? See the Getting Started Guide with GSoC:
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  • Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 119 for the week of February 4th, 2008. [[FWN/Issue119]] In Announcements, we have "Announcing Fedora 9 Alpha", "Fedora 9 Alpha Jigdo"
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  • ...ly News Issue 227<ref>http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue227</ref> for the week ending May 26, 2010. What follows are some highlights from this issue ...rk on a new Phenon backend for VLC. This issue wraps up with updates from the Fedora Summer Coding Project, with a status update on what students and the
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  • ...is update. [[User:rhe]] and [[User:Kparal]] have adding their thoughts to the issue. * unresolved bug remains ... what's the plan?
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  • ...reach out to GNOME for opinions on presenting duplicate application names in overview * Kparal reported that the announcement of 'pretty patch' that was just posted into autoqa-devel - htt
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  • John Poelstra offered thanks to those who provided feedback on the [https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-test-list/2009-November/msg00926.ht ...feedback from mailing list and :Talk pages. Jlaska indicated that most of the :Talk content had been incorporated already
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  • * ''All'' - please help test the beta (see [[:Category:Fedora_14_Beta_RC_Test_Results]]) ...essons#2010-05-27_-_nss-softokn_update_problems]] based on findings of how the nss-softokn issue was missed
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  • # [adamw] - propose draft wording of minimal requirements for the release_notes team to digest #* i did the minimal requirements stuff on the bug (see {{bz|499585}})
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  • ...Ice. However, I have been building on his initial test day wiki draft and in communication with Harald Hoyer on wiki test areas he'd like to see covered ...up for feedback on what worked well, and what areas needed improvement for the recent F-12-Alpha release.
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  • #* https://fedorahosted.org/bodhi/ticket/320 is the ticket, lmacken will look into this ...k bugzilla guys to add a link from the bugzilla fields description page to the wiki page, for fedora
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  • #* Hosted a small team sprint the week prior to Christmas with Liam, Hurry, Adam and myself to work through [ Discussion around the proposed QA changes for F-13 based on [[Fedora_12_QA_Retrospective#Recommen
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  • ...eas were raised including, mailing list blast, blog, formal survey. Under the ''Keep It Simple Silly'' model, adamw recommended an email blast to fedora- ...nday) ... so the blocker bug meetings were effective at reducing number of the blocker bugs
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  • ...se their trademarks? For context, see the recent Thunderbird discussion on the devel list. === ...y with upstream on the Mozilla suite of products than we'd gain by forking the trademarks.
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  • * Testing the alpha candidate -- [[QA:Fedora_12_Alpha_RC1_Install_Test_Results]] *#* Clyde chymned in on the bug report with positive test results. Jlaska reported some issues using r
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  • ...VIEWED'' - [[rhbug:490001|490001]] - Review Request: mediawiki-semantic - The semantic extension to mediawiki #* Discussed briefly with pmuller the current status of rhtslib packaging, will reach out again this week
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  • ...k bugzilla guys to add a link from the bugzilla fields description page to the wiki page, for fedora #* fail :( - keeping on the list for next week where coordinated surveys will go out
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  • ...would be tricky about this is finding out what the necessary info _is_ in the cases where we want debugging pages. f13 suggested the idea of conducting maintainer interviews to use as information gathering se
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  • ...me reviewing the current F13Blocker bug list. At the time of the meeting, the following bugs were open for discussion ... * confusion as to the exact cause for this bug
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  • ...ugs_header_shared]] templates as appropriate, so future pages will contain the same improvements. ...once de libération de Fedora 27]] et les [http://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/Fedora/27/html/Release_Notes/ notes de version de Fedora 27] pour des infor
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  • ...arious offices answer. If your question is specific to one office (such as the Board, FESCo, or FAMSCO), please indicate that. === What is ''The Fedora Project'' to you? ===
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  • ...and shuttle bus. Taxi takes about 40-50 mins from airport to the center of the city. ...t, an annual conference for GNOME users and developers in Asia. We believe the cooperation will bring a more exciting gather up of free and open source co
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  • ...#fedora-townhall by spevack!n=spevack@fedora/mspevack: Ask your questions in #fedora-townhall-public | style="color: #407a40" | This Townhall meeting is for candidates for the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee.
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  • {{header|events}} The purpose of this page is to build '''a global Fedora events calendar''', and to identify '''responsible Ambassadors''' for each event.
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  • .... If this page is more than a month old when you arrive here, please check the [[QA/Test_Days|current schedule]] and see if a similar but more recent Test The following cast of characters will be available for testing, workarounds, bu
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  • ...Fedora aarch64. As of Fedora 35 (Rawhide image), you can install to SD by the following command ...D card it is good to do some additional steps. The easiest way is to build the latest U-Boot from U-Boot source code by
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  • ...rry about the amount of sugar and fat in food in the Netherlands? And from the supermarket I just visited I can tell that there is enough fresh food to pr ...f they can understand what others want and explain their own views on what the future of a project should be like. Hence, no loners.
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