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Issue #18 April 2006
- Inside Fedora Core 5
- Introduction to Eclipse on Fedora
- Confessions of an Eclipse convert
- FUDCon Friday
- Podcast: Fedora Reloaded: Episode 5
- Podcast: The future of the Fedora community
- Red Hat to acquire JBoss
- Podcast: Certified engineer and jazz musician lives to improvise
- Video: He came, he saw, he got a job
- Red Hat plans Summit IP panel
- UNC Symposium on Intellectual Property, Creativity, and the Innovation Process
- Opening Red Hat Knowledgebase
- Video: Volunteers join Sri Lanka tsunami relief effort
- Virtualization: What's happening lately?
- Video: CD-adapco lowers costs, increases performance with GFS
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- Editor's blog
- Red Hat speaks
- Ask Shadowman
- Tips & tricks
- Fedora status report
- Podcast (XML)
- Magazine archive
Thomas Edison said genius is one percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration. This month we pay tribute to the tenacity and sweat of the geniuses of the Fedora Project, who just released Fedora™ Core 5.
by Rahul Sundaram
New installer, new desktop, new software package management, new security features. Your guide to all the fun you can have with Fedora Core 5. P.S. It's new.
by Igor Foox
Eclipse™ is an open source development platform that plays a feature role in Fedora Core 5. We've got the full story--its history, where it's at today, where it's headed.
by Tom Tromey
A skeptical Emacs™ fan tests Eclipse, described by some as 'the premiere open source integrated development environment.' Did the tool live up to the hype? Is it sundown for Emacs?
Torrential rain. A smashed windshield. Missing DVDs. Just when it seemed like the theme for this year's FUDCon Boston would be "Murphy's Law," the open source community rallied together and turned the event around. Greg DeKoenigsberg tells the whole story.
The usual suspects from fedorareloaded.com talk with David Woodhouse about Fedora™ on PPC. They also check in with Fedora Project Board leaders. Hilarity ensues...
Listen as Community Relations Manager Greg DeKoenigsberg interviews new Fedora™ Project Leader Max Spevack about FUDCon Boston, the release of Fedora Core 5, and plans for Fedora Core 6.
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by Alex Maier
Red Hat® Certified Engineer® Ivan Fetch, Systems Administrator at Denver University, sees things differently, whether he's laying down code or improv melodies. Don't miss the podcast.
How one amiable RHCE® turned a productive trip to the Summit into a career opportunity. Looking for a reason to attend the Summit? Jon Benedict knows a few.
Patent law, copyright law, and intellectual property rights are critical to our future. How open will content be? How freely can ideas be shared? This year's Summit is bringing together sharp legal minds for a panel discussion on that very topic.
Did you miss the IP Symposium? Catch up now--you might see a few faces you recognize.
Red Hat Magazine talks with two of the caretakers of the open (and now registration-free) Red Hat Knowledgebase.
Two weeks. Twenty-two volunteers. Seven houses. A village in Sri Lanka, once devastated by the tsunami, begins to rebuild.
Virtualization. More than a buzz word. Read the latest news and developments.
See how Red Hat Global File System and in-house UNIX® experts helped CD-adapco Vice President Dennis Nagyis streamline even the most complicated calculations.
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