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  • This page contains various Fedora presentations made by people in the Fedora project. ...ENTER" width=25% style="border:5px solid white;" | [[CommunityArchitecture/Presentations| Community Standard Slides Sets]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Presentations]] This page contains various Fedora presentations made by people in the Fedora project.
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  • [[CommunityArchitecture/Presentations| Community Standard Slides Sets]] [[Archive:Presentations|Архив/Старые презентации]]
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  • | 17 || Beamer || A beginners' session on using Beamer to make presentations. || [[User:Ankursinha|Ankur Sinha]] || Beginner ||
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  • ...-on labs for skilled users, admins, Linux and Java developers. The list of presentations has several interesting topics, mostly covered be people directly involved
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  • * attend to interesting talks and presentations held in large conference rooms by Free and Open Source project leaders and
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  • ...was necessary in order to prevent root exploits. He alluded to his recent presentations (e.g. [4],[5]) on confining users on Fedora 9 and rawhide as ways in which
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  • ...her items of swag were handed out and many contacts were made for upcoming presentations about Fedora at LUGs throughout California in the next few months.
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  • "PDFCube is a tiny (35k) player for PDF presentations. It provides double-buffered page switching (PgUp/PgDown or space), zoom to
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