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Date and Location

  • Aug 11, 2013
  • 14:30 - 18:00 (Taipei time, GMT+8)
  • Taipei City
  • GozCafe


Fedora 19 was released on July 2, 2013. It contained many latest stable version of development results from free and open source community at the time.

F19 is amazing that it delivers GNOME 3.8 by default which deals with input method integration better than 3 while that is the key part of user experience for Asian users.

Fedora community is not big in Taiwan yet. The first ambassador in Taiwan, Cheng-Chia Tseng had arranged F17 and F18 release parties in Taichung. And this time, two ambassadors in Taiwan, Cheng-Chia Tseng and Freedomknight, proposed the idea to organize a release party in the capital of Taiwan - Taipei City. It is going to help spread Fedora spirit in Taipei.

We discussed a few cafes for choices, and find GozCafe might be the most appropriate place for this 20-person event. The cafe provides a projector. The site renting fee also covers providing some cakes and drinks to attendees. Freedomknight help deal with the booking issue with GozCafe. People feel comfortable and easy within GozCafe.


At first, Freedomknight introduced the release party and started the event. After the opening of the event, people were asked to give self-introduction to know each other more.

Fedora Project introduction and F19 features

Then, ambassador Cheng-Chia Tseng started to introduce Fedora's history, core spirits, new features of F19, and talked about some highlights in the GNOME 3.8. Plus, he also shared some resources and communication ways for Taiwan Fedora community.

The slides can be retreived via File:Fedora 19 Release Party.odp.

Openshift and Games on Linux

Freedomknight shared his experience with setting up opnshift services. Latter, he talked some news and tips to play games on Linux.

Security Management talk

ChiaSheng Shen talked about his actions to promote security knowledge in schools.

How to create a F19 live USB

Ifung Huang shared his experience using "Disk" application which comes with F19 default installation to create a F19 live USB Stick. Some others shared that it can be also done with "live-usb-creator."

GNOME Fresh Experince

WM Chang shared the way to use Jhbuild to build newest development results of some fresh GNOME applications, and talked about what will happen within GNOME 3.10. He also demoed "GNOME running on Wayland."


Denny Huang talked about some FirewalllD usages, living-world practices and a live demo.

Light talks

An user shared the differences between Fedora and Arch.

Shared Presentation Links

Event Photos