During the Spring 2010 semester, 40 first-year students from Allegheny College dove into the Fedora project. Specifically, with the help of the excellent people on the Marketing and Design teams, they engaged in their first experience as open source contributors, learning about blogging, wikis, IRC, and how to create positive change as part of a worldwide community.
Their weblogs can be found at act.ivism.org, and they have a feed of all of their posts generated by rawdog.
- Allegheny Activism: IRC Setup
- Allegheny Activism: Fedora 13 and VirtualBox
- Allegheny Activism: 2010-04-06 log
Things to Read
- [April 1, 2010] Mel wrote a blog post introducing you to the Fedora "planet." That is, the aggregator for lots of weblogs about Fedora. We have one as well, as you may recall: the act.ivism pulse.