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Re: Beta Freeze - argh!



Argh indeed - I'm worried I'm going down the wrong direction with
respect to the release overview and putting in too much information!

After chatting to kanarip in IRC a bit about it, I think there are two
approaches I can see this going in myself. The first is the current
one:

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Bluetooth

Bluetooth is becoming an increasingly ubiquitous technology for
sharing information wirelessly across short distances: it's found in
mobile phones, games controllers, hands-free headsets and computers.
With this in mind, Fedora developers are working hard to make sure the
end-user experience is as pleasant an out of the box experience as
possible. Fedora 9 introduces a number of new capabilities:

    * work with a bluetooth printer as you would any local printer
    * use mobile phones and PDAs as a remote control
    * control a mobile's call and messaging functions from a computer
    * contact and calendar information synchronisation

More details and documentation can be found on the feature's wiki page.

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And the second is the new option:

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Bluetooth

Fedora 9 will make it easy to use bluetooth in a large number of
different situations including working with your bluetooth printer and
synchronising all your contact and calendar information with mobile
devices.

More details and documentation can be found on the feature's wiki page.

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Maybe there's even room for both!? Or maybe there's a third way? All
this release overview/summary/notes stuff still makes my head spin!
Hopefully somebody can set me straight :)

Best wishes,

Jon


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