Thursday, 2021-03-18 is systemd-oomd Test Week! As part of the changeset for Fedora Linux 34, we need your help to test if everything runs smoothly!Continue reading
Welcome to the first of a monthly set of updates on key areas within Fedora. This update includes Fedora Council representatives, Fedora Editions, and Fedora Objectives. The content here is based on the weekly updates submitted to the Fedora Council, published to the project dashboard.Continue reading
GNOME Outreachy is a global program that offers historically underrepresented people of gender and race stipends to write code for several participating FOSS projects . Inspired by Google Summer Of Code, Outreachy offers participants hands-on internships for contributing to open source projects.
In 2016, the Outreachy internship dates are from December 6, 2016 to March 6, 2017. Participants work remotely from home while getting guidance from an assigned mentor and collaborating within their project’s community.
Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) is software that gives the user the freedom to use, share, study, and improve it. FOSS contributors believe that this is the best way to develop software because it benefits society, creates a fun collaborative community around a project, and allows anyone to make creative changes that reach many people.
Fedora is participating in Outreachy 2016, with a goal to welcome underrepresented minorities to contribute to the project. Fedora mentors Outreachy interns and helps them get a hands-on experience with developing for an open source project.
The Fedora Server Working Group builds Fedora Server Edition. It is a nine-person volunteer body that oversees the development, testing, release, documentation, marketing and evangelism of the Fedora Server.
Fedora’s Server Edition is a short-lifecycle, community-supported server OS that sysadmins can use to check out the latest open source server-based technology.
Stephen Gallagher has been the meeting chair and FESCo liaison for the group since its formation in 2013. We have been incredibly lucky to have him in the group, but he is changing focus to other commitments so his seat has opened up.
The current system CA certificate trust store management tool as implemented by p11-kit supports only limited number of use-cases. We are trying to gather information from various people administering and developing for Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux on how it could be improved.
For this purpose we want to arrange an informal session during DevConf at Brno where we would discuss the current state of the implementation and gather input in the form of use-cases. These use-cases would be interesting to support with future development of p11-kit and additional tools.
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