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Issue #4 February 2005
- Introducing Enterprise Linux 4
- Videos: Hear what our partners have to say
- SELinux now integrated into Enterprise Linux 4
- Oracle products certified
- Demo: Take the Red Hat Network virtual tour
- How I learned to stop worrying and love the command line, part 1
- Xen, Virtualization on Linux
- Red Hat launches new Cool Stuff store
- Building the patent commons
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Fedora Project Status Report
FUDCon 1 approaches
FUDCon 1, the first Fedora™ Users and Developers project, will be taking place on Friday, February 18. It will be in Boston (not in Cambridge, as reported in last month's Fedora status report) and is being hosted by Boston University. More details can be found at fedoraproject.org.
Full CVS access is now available to potential contributors who are willing to be sponsored by current contributors. The sponsorship process is outlined at fedoraproject.org. This includes the list of contributors who may be able to sponsor your membership.
The Fedora infrastructure team is still working to have the new build system in place for rollout at FUDCon. The hardware has been installed in Red Hat's colocation facility. An isolated subnet has been established for these systems, so that contributors may have a high degree of access to these systems without threatening the security of Red Hat's corporate network.
Fedora Core 3 status
Since Fedora Core 3's initial release, on November 8, at least 200 newly updated packages have been released. New package releases are announced on fedora-announce-list.