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All articles in this category are related to the Workstation Working Group in the Fedora Project. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Workstation

Fedora status updates: November 2019

Welcome to the 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.

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GNOME 3.30: “Almería”: Updates and Improvements You Might Not Know

On September 5, 2018 GNOME project announced the release of GNOME 3.30.

Version 3.30 contains six months of work by the GNOME community and includes many improvements and new features.

This release features some significant performance improvements. The entire desktop now uses fewer system resources, which means you can run more apps at once.

Fun Fact: 3.30 has been named “Almería” in recognition of this year’s GUADEC organizing team. GUADEC is GNOME’s primary annual conference which was held in Almería, Spain this year.


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Fedora 30 Modularity Test Day 2019-03-26

Tuesday, 2019-03-26  is the Fedora 30  Modularity Test Day!
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Fedora 30 Gnome Test Day 2019-02-27

Wednesday, 2019-02-27 is the Fedora 30 Gnome Test Day! As part of changes Gnome 3.32  in  Fedora 30, we need your help to test if everything runs smoothly!

Why Gnome Test Day?

We try to make sure that all the gnome features are performing as they should. So it’s to see whether it’s working well enough and catch any remaining issues.
It’s also pretty easy to join in: all you’ll need is Fedora 30(which you can grab from the wiki page).

We need your help!

All the instructions are on the wiki page, so please read through and come help us test! As always, the event will be in #fedora-test-day on Freenode IRC.

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Fedora tackles Southeast Linux Fest 2018

Ambassadors Report for Southeast Linux Fest -Ben and Cathy Williams, Andrew and Julie Ward, Rosnel Echervarria, and Nick Bebout

Southeast Linux Fest June 8 – 10, 2018, Charlotte North Carolina

Southeast Linux fest

Julie and Ben just after setup

The annual event reached its historical 10 year mark this year. Southeast Linux Fest has been one of the most successful and long running events when it comes to Linux and only is topped by Scale and Linux Fest Northwest. Southeast Linux Fest (SELF) an event that is held at the Sheraton Airport Hotel Charlotte North Carolina. This event was centralized to accommodate attendance (easy access from Airport) from many of the surrounding states. We saw many individuals from the Tennessee, Georgia (Atlanta/Macon area), South Carolina, and Florida, as well as the local attendees from the Charlotte area and the state of North Carolina.

Event Goals from the desk of Southeast Linux Fest Coordinator

Discussing the primary goal of this event with the Coordinator (of Southeast Linux Fest), the target was to draw from the surrounding southern states. The secondary goal was opening the event to everyone  interested in learning about free and open source software. Later in this report we will discuss some of the feedback given to the Coordinator about Southeast Linux Fest.

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Test Day: Fedora Media Writer 2018-07-12

Thursday, 2018-07-12, is the Fedora Media Writer Test Day! We need your help to test Fedora Media Writer!

Why test Fedora Media Writer?

This installment of Fedora Test Day will focus on Fedora Media Writer . Fedora Media Writer, is used for creating bootable flashdrives on different operating systems and architectures. The tool is intended to be provided as the primary download option since Fedora 25, with the aim of lowering the barrier for potential users to try and install Fedora. In this test day, we aim to test both Fedora 28 and Fedora 29 Pre-Release boot-media creation on Windows, OS X, and Fedora, specifically targeting creation of ARM-bootable media.

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Fedora 25 Supplementary Wallpapers: Vote now!

At the end of August, the submission phase for Fedora 25 Supplementary Wallpapers opened. Now, the submission phase closed and the voting phase is now open. If you have a FAS account and meet the CLA+1 group requirement, you can cast your vote in Nuancier.

Wallpapers for Fedora 25

We have 113 contributions from 80 different contributors and awarded 73 badges for submissions. This compares to 124 valid submissions from Fedora 24. In case your badge was not awarded, ping gnokii in #fedora-design on freenode.

As for past contests, a lot of the participants made their first contribution to Fedora. We will continue to improve Nuancier and the submission process for supplementary wallpapers. We will also try to improve quality of submissions. We already improved with limiting the amount of submissions. We also had longer phases for submissions and the time for the voting is also longer as before.

Be sure to cast your vote before October 23rd, 2016 to have a say in what wallpapers are included! By participating, you can also receive a limited edition badge too.

SCaLE 14x (2016) Event Report – Pasadena, California

SCaLE 14x (2016) Event Report

At a Glance: What is SCaLE?

Our Ambassadors in the Field

This report is for the following Ambassadors:

Welcome to SCaLE!

Welcome to SCaLE!

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Christmas update of Fedora Developer Portal

Christmas is coming, so we cut a new release of the Fedora Developer Portal for you. We have a few new tools, a new member to our development team, and a new staging instance to test future updates of the Developer Portal before deploying them. Continue reading

Mumble ready for testing

Mumble is back

Mumble, a free and open-source VoIP program

Mumble, a free and open-source VoIP program

The popular Voice Over IP (VoIP) program, Mumble, is being repackaged again for Fedora 22 and 23. Fedora contributor fedpop unretired the package from the Fedora Package Database and is working on getting it added to the stable repositories.

Mumble is available for testing for Fedora 22 and 23 users. Once enough positive feedback is received, it will be added back to the stable repositories for all users. Testers are welcome, especially for Fedora 22!

How to test Mumble

To test Mumble, open a command line and run the following command.

$ sudo dnf install mumble --enablerepo=updates-testing

Confirm the installation and the application will appear on your system. Give it a run and make sure everything works as expected! If it all checks out, leave feedback for the build in Bodhi so the package can move closer to being packaged for the stable repositories (links are below).

For help enabling the testing repository, see the QA Testing wiki article.

Find Mumble in Bodhi

Mumble, Fedora 22

Mumble, Fedora 23

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