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Issue #6 April 2005
- What's new in security for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4
- Taking advantage of SELinux in Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- The security dilemma, part 2: Intrusion prevention
- It's 2 a.m., do you know who's reading your email?
- Video: See you at the Summit
- Taking your desktop virtual with VNC
- Video: Open source software licenses explained
- Video: Ticketmaster chooses Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Strongmail
- Open source in the force: One officer speaks
- Red Hat Knowledgebase: Serving apple pie to the masses
- Data sharing with a GFS storage cluster
- Red Hat Training adds Windows®-to-Linux® migration course
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Fedora Project Status Report
- Announcing FUDCon 2 at LinuxTag
- FUDCon 1 videos now available
- Fedora Core 4 Test 2 released
- Fedora Extras status
- Fedora Core 3 status
Announcing FUDCon 2 at LinuxTag
FUD: An acronym for Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt. A typical tactic used by the opponents of open source to prevent its widespread adoption.
Con: In opposition or disagreement with; against.
FUDCon 2, the second gathering of Fedora Users and Developers, will be held at LinuxTag on the 24th and 25th of June in Karlsruhe, Germany. FUDCon 2 will feature presentations from prominent members of the Fedora Project, both from Red Hat and from the Fedora community. Attendance is free to anyone attending LinuxTag.
The FUDCon staff requests that those who plan to attend FUDCon 2 reply via email to email@example.com.
Thanks, and we'll see you in Karlsruhe!
FUDCon 1 videos now available
Fedora Core 4 Test 2 released
The Fedora Project has announced the second test release of Fedora Core 4. Designed as a general purpose operating system for a variety of users, FC4 test 2 offers various improvements over Fedora Core 3. People who have used FC4 test 1 will notice the following improvements:
- GNOME updated to 2.10 final
- KDE updated to 3.4.0 final
- Firefox updated to 1.0.2
- OpenOffice.org updated to 1.9.89
- Many various bugfixes
Fedora Extras status
Over 1000 packages are currently under maintenance for Fedora Extras. Contents of the Fedora Extras repo are viewable for i386 and x86-64. New maintainers are welcome; the process for becoming a maintainer for Fedora Extras is documented on fedoraproject.org.
There are a number of packages in Fedora Extras that are currently without maintainers. These are listed at on fedoraproject.org. The process for claiming maintainership of an orphaned package is also documented.
Fedora Core 3 status
Since Fedora Core 3's initial release on November 8, at least 240 newly updated packages have been released. New package releases are announced on fedora-announce-list.