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Review some of the newest features and functionality of the newest member of the family, Fedora 15More
Jared Smith, Fedora Project leader, reviews some of the newest features and functionality of the newest member of the family, Fedora 15. From SystemD to BoxGrinder, to a new dynamic firewall, to improvements to enduser interfaces and device driver naming, there's a lot to see.
Robyn Bergeron, an associate program manager at Red Hat, talks about BoxGrinder--a virtualized appliance creator--and a project from JBoss and one of the first JBoss technologies to make it into Fedora.
Paul Frields, former Fedora Project leader and current operations manager in platform engineering at Red Hat, reviews the new features and look and feel of Gnome 3, the popular desktop environment.