* 1 Fedora Weekly News Issue 266
o 1.1 Announcements
+ 1.1.1 Fedora Announcement News
# 220.127.116.11 Fedora 16 Naming: Nominations are now open. Submit your
# 18.104.22.168 Announcing the release of Fedora 15 Alpha!!
* 22.214.171.124.1 What is the Alpha release?
* 126.96.36.199.2 Features
* 188.8.131.52.3 Issues and Details
* 184.108.40.206.4 Contributing
# 220.127.116.11 Update on FUDCons in 2011
+ 1.1.2 Fedora Development News
# 18.104.22.168 Fedora 15 Alpha Go/No-Go Meeting Wednesday, March 2, 2011
＠ 22:00 UTC
# 22.214.171.124 Fedora 15 Alpha declared GOLD!
# 126.96.36.199 ACTION REQUIRED: Important changes to Fedora translation
# 188.8.131.52 poppler soname bump in F15 and rawhide
# 184.108.40.206 xerces-c soname bump in Rawhide
+ 1.1.3 Fedora Events
# 220.127.116.11 Upcoming Events (Dec 2010 - Feb 2011)
# 18.104.22.168 Past Events
# 22.214.171.124 Additional information
o 1.2 Fedora In the News
+ 1.2.1 Kororaa GNU/Linux is back (ITWire)
+ 1.2.2 Linux Leaders, Part II: Fedora and Red Hat Derivative Distros (IT
+ 1.2.3 Alpha version of Fedora 15 released (H Online)
+ 1.2.4 Fedora 15 Linux hits first alpha, debuts BoxGrinder for cloud
+ 1.2.5 Debian takes security very seriously… but how?
o 1.3 Ambassadors
+ 1.3.1 Welcome New Ambassadors
+ 1.3.2 Summary of traffic on Ambassadors mailing list
+ 1.3.3 Summary of events reported on Ambassadors mailing list
+ 1.3.4 Summary of traffic on FAmSCo mailing list
o 1.4 QualityAssurance
+ 1.4.1 Test Days
+ 1.4.2 Official Fedora hosting of DeltaISO images
+ 1.4.3 Installation test updates
o 1.5 Security Advisories
+ 1.5.1 Fedora 15 Security Advisories
+ 1.5.2 Fedora 14 Security Advisories
+ 1.5.3 Fedora 13 Security Advisories
- Fedora Weekly News Issue 266 -
Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 266 for the week ending March 9, 2011. What follows
are some highlights from this issue.
In announcements from the Project, nominations for the Fedora 16 release name are now
open! Will it be "Beefy Miracle" or some other name related to Lovelock? Enter
your ideas today! This week also saw the release of Fedora 15 alpha, with lots of detail
around that, and an update from Jared Smith, Fedora Project leader, on upcoming FUDCons
over the next year. There are also several development announcements related to Fedora 15,
and some upcoming changes to Fedora translation workflow. Fedora In the News brings blogs
and trade press coverage of Fedora, with five articles for this week, covering Fedora 15
alpha and other topics. In Ambassador news, coverage of the list discussion on the
Ambassador and FAmSCo lists. Quality Assurance reports on the myriad latest Test Days this
past week and forthcoming, including Xfce 4.8, Graphics Test Week, several
internationalization test days, and next week's preupgrade Test Day. Our issue this
week rounds out with all of the latest and greatest security packages released this past
week, including the first Fedora 15 patches! Read on!
An audio version of some issues of FWN - FAWN - are available! You can listen to existing
issues on the Internet Archive. If anyone is interested in helping spread the load of
FAWN production, please contact us!
If you are interested in contributing to Fedora Weekly News, please see our 'join'
page. We welcome reader feedback: news(a)lists.fedoraproject.org
FWN Editorial Team: Pascal Calarco, Adam Williamson
-- Announcements --
In this section, we cover announcements from the Fedora Project, including general
announcements, development announcements and Events.
Contributing Writer: Rashadul Islam
--- Fedora Announcement News ---
The announcement list is always exclusive for the Fedora Community. Please, visit the past
---- Fedora 16 Naming: Nominations are now open. Submit your suggestion! ----
Robyn Bergeron on Thu Mar 3 16:34:02 UTC 2011 announced
"Hear ye, hear ye! Attention, all Fedora fans and release naming enthusiasts:
The time has come once again to choose the name for the next release of Fedora. Potential
names will be accepted for consideration beginning March 3rd (in other words, NOW) through
Please note that you *must* follow the instructions and guidelines at the page listed
above if you want your name to be considered. For instance, there must be an
"is-a" link between the name Lovelock (from Fedora 15) and the name you suggest.
That link must be different than previous links for Fedora release names. Also, we ask
that you please conduct the required searches for brand and trademark names that might
cause us problems.
Read the full guidelines at that page, where you can also find full schedule details for
the release naming process.
For those of you interested in reviewing the history of Fedora release names, there is an
appropriately named wiki page for doing so:
Be fun. Be creative. Help pick out an awesome name for Fedora 16! I am looking forward to
---- Announcing the release of Fedora 15 Alpha!! ----
Dennis Gilmore on Tue Mar 8 15:00:56 UTC 2011 announced,
"The Fedora 15 "Lovelock" Alpha release is available! This release offers a
preview of some of the best free and open source technology currently under development.
Catch a glimpse of the future:
----- What is the Alpha release? -----
The Alpha release contains all the beefy features of Fedora 15 in a form that anyone can
help test. This testing, guided by the Fedora QA team, helps us target and identify bugs.
When these bugs are fixed, we make a Beta release available. A Beta release is
code-complete, and bears a very strong resemblance to the third and final release. The
final release of Fedora 15 is due in May.
We need your help to make Fedora 15 the best release yet, so please take a moment of your
time to download and try out the Alpha and make sure the things that are important to you
are working. If you find a bug, please report it -- every bug you uncover is a chance to
improve the experience for millions of Fedora users worldwide. Together, we can make
Fedora a rock-solid distribution. (Read down to the end of the announcement for more
information on how to help.)
This release of Fedora includes a variety of features both over and under the hood that
show off the power and flexibility of the advancing state of free software. Examples
* Updated Desktop Environments. Fedora 15 will ship with GNOME 3, the
next major version of the GNOME desktop. If you're interested in other experiences,
KDE and Xfce will also be showcasing the latest and greatest in desktop technology from
their respective projects.
* System and session management. Previously available as a technology
preview in F14, systemd makes its full-fledged debut in Fedora 15. systemd is a smarter,
more efficient way of starting up and managing the background daemons relied on by
services we all use every day - such as NetworkManager and PulseAudio.
* Cloud. Looking to create appliances for use in the Cloud? BoxGrinder
creates appliances (virtual machines) for various platforms (KVM, Xen, EC2) from simple
plain text appliance definition files for various virtual platforms.
* Updated programming languages and tools. Fedora 15 features new
versions of Rails, OCaml, and Python. GDB and GCC have also been updated. (Fedora 15 was
built with GCC 4.6.0, too!)
* Productivity Applications. LibreOffice is filled with tools for
everyday use, including word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation applications.
* Consistent Network Device Naming. Server management just got even
easier. Fedora 15 uses BIOS-provided, non-arbitrarily given names for network ports,
taking the burden off of system administrators.
* Dynamic Firewall. Fedora 15 adds support for the optional firewall
daemon, that provides a dynamic firewall management with a D-Bus interface.
* eCryptfs in Authconfig. Fedora 15 brings in improved support for
eCryptfs, a stacked cryptographic filesystem for Linux. Starting with Fedora 15,
authconfig can be used to automatically mount a private encrypted part of the home
directory when a user logs in.
* DNSSEC for workstations. NetworkManager now uses the BIND nameserver
as a DNSSEC resolver. All received DNS responses are proved to be correct. If particular
domain is signed and failed to validate then resolver returns SERFVAIL instead of
invalidated response, which means something is wrong.
* Go Green. Power Management improvements include the PowerTOP tool,
which identifies the software components that make your computer use more energy than
necessary while idle. Automatic tuning of power consumption and performance helps conserve
on laptop battery usage, too!
* Business Management tools. Tryton is a three-tier high-level general
purpose application platform, providing solutions for accounting, invoicing, sale
management, purchase management, analytic accounting, and inventory management.
* New Package Suite Groups. The Graphics suite group has been renamed
to the Design group, and the Robotics SIG has created the Robotics Package Suite, a
collection of software that provides an out-of-the-box usable robotic simulation
environment featuring a linear demo to introduce new users.
These and many other improvements provide a wide and solid base for future releases,
further increasing the range of possibilities for developers and helping to maintain
Fedora's position at the leading edge of free and open source technology.
A more complete list and details of each new cited feature is available here: 
We have nightly composes of alternate spins available here: 
----- Issues and Details -----
For more information including common and known bugs, tips on how to report bugs, and the
official release schedule, please refer to the release notes: 
A shorter list of common bugs can be found here: 
----- Contributing -----
Bug reports are helpful, especially for Alpha. If you encounter any issues please report
them and help make this release of Fedora the best ever."
---- Update on FUDCons in 2011 ----
Jared K. Smith, Fedora Project Leader on Wed Mar 9 18:53:00 UTC 2011 announced,
"I want to take this opportunity to bring your attention to a few important matters
regarding FUDCon events in 2011.
Travel subsidy deadline for FUDCon Panama 2011 on March 14th
Planning is in full swing for FUDCon Panama in May, and it's time for the FUDCon
planning team to begin evaluating subsidy requests. The deadline for the first round of
travel subsidies is the end of the day (UTC time) on March 14th, and the FUDCon planning
team will be meeting on March 15th to evaluate those requests. Any subsidy requests made
after that time will be handled in a future subsidy meeting. I encourage anyone interested
in attending FUDCon Panama and requiring travel assistance to refer to the instructions at
 to learn about the subsidy process and open a Trac ticket with their details.
We'll be giving priority to those travelers in Latin America who actively contribute
to Fedora in meaningful ways.
Bids for FUDCon EMEA 2011 due March 15th.
I'm happy to see several bids starting to come in for FUDCon EMEA 2011. This is a
reminder that any bids for FUDCon EMEA 2011 are due by the end of the day (UTC time) on
March 15th. If you're interested in submitting a bid, please create a wiki page with
the details and send an email to the fudcon-planning list letting us know about your bid.
Refer to  for more details, or  for an example of a very thorough bid page.
Bids for FUDCon North America 2011/2012
I'd also like to formally open up bidding for FUDCon North America for the December
2011/January 2012 time frame. Bids will be due by the end of the day (UTC time) on April
8th. Again, please refer to  for more details.
If you have any questions, please ask for help on the fudcon-planning mailing list or in
the #fudcon-planning channel on IRC."
--- Fedora Development News ---
The Development Announcement list is intended to be a LOW TRAFFIC announce-only list
for Fedora development.
Acceptable Types of Announcements
* Policy or process changes that affect developers.
* Infrastructure changes that affect developers.
* Tools changes that affect developers.
* Schedule changes
* Freeze reminders
Unacceptable Types of Announcements
* Periodic automated reports (violates the INFREQUENT rule)
* Anything else not mentioned above
---- Fedora 15 Alpha Go/No-Go Meeting Wednesday, March 2, 2011 ＠ 22:00 UTC ----
Robyn Bergeron on Wed Mar 2 16:20:15 UTC 2011 announced,
"Join us on irc.freenode.net
#fedora-meeting for this important meeting.
Wednesday, March 2, 2011 ＠22:00 UTC (17:00 EST/14:00 PST)
"Before each public release Development, QA and Release Engineering meet to determine
if the release criteria are met for a particular release. This meeting is called the:
"Verifying that the Release criteria are met is the responsibility of the QA
For more details about this meeting see: 
In the meantime, keep an eye on the Fedora 15 Alpha Blocker list:
Talk to you today (sorry for the late notice; I think I've touched base with it on
most folks about it for this week, though. I'm officially ill.)"
---- Fedora 15 Alpha declared GOLD! ----
Robyn Bergeron on Wed Mar 2 22:42:25 UTC 2011 announced,
"At the F15 Alpha Go/No-Go Meeting that just occurred, the Fedora 15 Alpha release
was declared GOLD.
Thanks to all of those who helped out to make this happen!
Meeting notes can be found here: Minutes:  Full Log: 
Cheers! And onwards we go to Beta :)"
---- ACTION REQUIRED: Important changes to Fedora translation workflow ----
Jared K. Smith on Thu Mar 3 15:46:28 UTC 2011 announced,
"Quick Summary -- - The Fedora translation workflow has changed. If you are a
developer of a package being translated by the Fedora Translation (L10n) Project, you must
change your workflow slightly if you want translated strings to appear in your software
package. Tools and assistance are available to make this workflow as simple as possible
for developers. Read below for details.
Details -- - Over the past couple of weeks, we've made some improvements and
infrastructure changes to the Fedora translation system. We've moved from a
self-hosted version 0.7 instance of the Transifex software to a hosted version of the
1.1-dev version at Transifex.net
. The upgrade from version 0.7 to version 1.0 (and beyond)
introduces a number of important changes for developers and packagers. Please pay close
attention to this email, particularly if your software package uses translations provided
by the Fedora Translation team. While the changes aren't terribly complicated, they do
have a bigger impact on the developer than they do on the translation team.
The most visible change is that Transifex’s native integration with source code management
systems has been replaced by a mechanism for automatic updates. Transifex now watches an
HTTP view of a repository for change notifications. In addition, there is now a more
secure command-line tool for project maintainers and translators. This new command-line
tool has been packaged for Fedora in the "transifex-client" package. It is
currently available in Rawhide (pre-F16), and in the "updates-testing"
repositories for Fedora 13, 14, and 15, and EPEL 5 and 6.
Here's the new workflow:
This series of steps only needs to be run once for a project.
* The developer installs the "transifex-client" package:
yum -- enablerepo=updates-testing install transifex-client
* The developer runs the "tx init" command in the top level folder of
* The developer runs the "tx set" command according to the
transifex-client user guide found at
. This creates a small config file, .tx/config, which can be committed in the
repository for re-use, if desired.
This series of steps are run on as as-needed basis:
* The developer updates and commits his or her POT file to the
project's repository at string-freeze time or as needed.
* Transifex watches an HTTP link to that POT file and auto-updates its
English strings regularly, *OR* the developer can also push the POT file to Transifex
(either manually or as part of a build script) by using the "tx push" command.
* Translators work inside Transifex. Translated strings are stored
inside of Transifex, and are *not* pushed automatically to the developer's repo.
* Before rolling a release, the developer runs 'tx pull' (either
manually or from a build script) to fetch the latest translation files from Transifex.
Translation files do not need to live in the repo, although the developer may commit and
store copies if desired.
For more details on the features of the new version of Transifex and more help on using
the transifex client, please refer to either  or the Fedora-specific wiki page at .
If you have technical questions, feel free to ask questions in the #fedora-l10n or
#transifex IRC channels or on the devel mailing list."
---- poppler soname bump in F15 and rawhide ----
Marek Kasik on Fri Mar 4 14:30:33 UTC 2011 announced,
"I plan to rebase poppler in Fedora 15 and rawhide to poppler-0.16.3. There is one
API change (in PreScanOutputDev.h) and 1 soname bump (libpoppler.so.12 to
libpoppler.so.13). You can test it against your package with this scratch-build: 
I'll do chain-build of poppler and packages requiring it next Thursday (10th of
---- xerces-c soname bump in Rawhide ----
Kalev Lember on Wed Mar 9 22:35:22 UTC 2011 announced,
"Jonathan Robie and I are planning to update xerces-c from 3.0.1 to 3.1.1 in Rawhide,
which includes a soname bump; F-15 will stay on 3.0.1.
I will handle the rebuilds of affected packages:
--- Fedora Events ---
The purpose of event is to build a global Fedora events calendar, and to identify
responsible Ambassadors for each event. The event page is laid out by quarter and by
region. Please maintain the layout, as it is crucial for budget planning. Events can be
added to this page whether or not they have an Ambassador owner. Events without an owner
are not eligible for funding, but being listed allows any Ambassador to take ownership of
the event and make it eligible for funding. In plain words, Fedora events are the
exclusive and source of marketing, learning and meeting all the fellow community people
around you. So, please mark your agenda with the following events to consider attending or
volunteering near you!
---- Upcoming Events (Dec 2010 - Feb 2011) ----
* North America (NA)
* Central & South America (LATAM): 
* Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA)
* India, Asia, Australia (India/APJ)
---- Past Events ----
Archive of Past Fedora Events
---- Additional information ----
* Reimbursements -- reimbursement guidelines.
* Budget -- budget for the current quarter (as distributed by FAMSCo).
* Sponsorship -- how decisions are made to subsidize travel by community members.
* Organization -- event organization, budget information, and regional
* Event reports -- guidelines and suggestions.
* LinuxEvents -- a collection of calendars of Linux events.
-- Fedora In the News --
In this section, we cover news from the trade press and elsewhere that is re-posted to the
Fedora Marketing list.
Contributing Writer: Pascal Calarco
--- Kororaa GNU/Linux is back (ITWire) ---
Rahul Sundaram forwarded a posting about Kororaa GNU/Linux from Australia, but also
what one user appreciates about Fedora:
"Always having been a bit of a distro-hopper, I went back to Debian, then to Ubuntu,
but I was never happy. I have always been drawn to Fedora because of many reasons, but
primarily their freedom drivers (promoting free culture and free software over proprietary
solutions), but also because they stick to upstream and improve it there for the benefit
of everyone, rather than doing their own thing.
Fedora is responsible for many of the great desktop enhancements we take for granted
today, like AIGLX (Accelerated Indirect GLX), D-Bus, DeviceKit, HAL, NetworkManager, Ogg
Theora, and PolicyKit."
The full article is available.
--- Linux Leaders, Part II: Fedora and Red Hat Derivative Distros (IT Management) ---
Rahul Sundaram forwarded an article from the blog IT Management surveying the linux
landscape and focusing on Red Hat-based distributions, including Fedora:
"In many of its releases, it is among the most innovative distros, releasing new
software developed in co-operation with upstream projects. Development is more or less
continuous within its Rawhide repository, with stable releases produced every six months.
The main derivative of Fedora is RHEL. RHEL is essentially a snapshot of Fedora, with
extra testing for stability and quality control, and the addition of backports of some
applications released by Fedora after the snapshot"
The full article is available.
--- Alpha version of Fedora 15 released (H Online) ---
Rahul Sundaram forwarded an article in The H Online about the Fedora 15 alpha release:
"an overview of which can be found in the release notes and feature list. The
distribution will now use LibreOffice as its office suite – Fedora was one of the first
distributions to make the switch to the OpenOffice.org
alternative back in October last
year. The alpha includes a Linux 2.6.38 release candidate as its kernel and uses a
pre-release version of GCC 4.6. Responsibility for booting is taken up by Systemd, an
alternative to SysVinit and Upstart. Systemd was in the running for use in both Fedora 14
and openSUSE 11.4, but was eventually dropped from both.
The most striking change in Lovelock and one which is sure to fuel plenty of discussion is
the switch to GNOME 3, which breaks with many of the concepts that GNOME users, and
computer users in general, have become used to over many years"
The full post is available.
--- Fedora 15 Linux hits first alpha, debuts BoxGrinder for cloud (InternetNews.com
Kara Schiltz forwarded another article highlighting the Fedora 15 alpha release from
"Fedora 15, codenamed 'Lovelock' now has its first alpha milestone
available. This is a BIG release for Fedora in that it's the first Fedora of the
post Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 era, and oh yeah first with GNOME 3, SystemD and
GNOME 3, including GNOME Shell mark the evolution of the Linux desktop and Fedora is
likely to be the first big Linux distro to full integrate it. When it comes to systemd,
that's been a long time coming, but in Fedora 15, it's finally fully baked making
it easier and faster to manage and startup background daemons.
BoxGrinder is another story and is a very exciting technology. Red Hat first starting
talking about BoxGrinder a year ago as a new way to build virtual software appliances
(think SUSE Studio from rival Novell)."
The full article is available
--- Debian takes security very seriously… but how? ---
Rahul Sundaram forwarded a blog posting about Bugzilla security patches and linux
distro comparisons vis-a-vis security:
"And people often come on IRC asking us for help, because their Bugzilla package
provided with their Linux distro is broken or behaves in a weird way (typically a broken
configuration or customization). And guess what? Most of the time, they use the Debian
package. Yes, very seriously! For comparison, Fedora updated their Bugzilla packages the
day after we released 3.6.4, and Mandriva the week after! It looks like they take security
a bit more seriously."
The full post is available.
-- Ambassadors --
This section covers the news surrounding the Fedora Ambassadors Project.
Contributing Writer: Sankarshan Mukhopadhyay
--- Welcome New Ambassadors ---
This week the Fedora Ambassadors Project had no new members joining.
--- Summary of traffic on Ambassadors mailing list ---
Tom Callaway posted  a note  about giving away Fedora stickers and case badges for
community members who send in a Self Addressed Stamped Envelope (SASE)
David Ramsey informed  that the APAC meeting would be on 2011-03-05 with the agenda
. He later posted  meeting notes 
Adam Miller updated  the wiki page for Texas Linux Fest 2011  and requested
feedback. John Rose pointed out  the Event Attendee Sponsorship page  which sets
the expectations from sponsored attendees
Pascal Calarco informed  about the itemized budget for Indiana Linux Fest 
Caius Chance posted  Minutes of FAmSCo meeting from 2011-03-05 
Joerg Simon informed  about the bid for FUDCon Budapest 2011 
Moniruzzaman Monir informed  about an upcoming workshop on Fedora 14 desktop at DIU
Auditorium, Dhaka, Bangladesh 
David Ramsey reminded  Ambassadors that name suggestions for Fedora 16 are open till
David Ramsey also reminded  about the two Fedora 15 Test Days 
--- Summary of events reported on Ambassadors mailing list ---
No event reports were posted to the Ambassadors mailing list.
--- Summary of traffic on FAmSCo mailing list ---
Pierros Papadeas expressed regret and inability to attend the FAmSCo meeting  and
thereafter planned to meet  Larry Cafiero
-- Quality Assurance --
In this section, we cover the activities of the QA team. For more information on the
work of the QA team and how you can get involved, see the Joining page.
Contributing Writer: Adam Williamson
--- Test Days ---
Thursday 2011-02-17 was Xfce 4.8 Test Day. The event was well organized by the Xfce
team, and a dedicated group of testers was able to expose some important bugs to be fixed.
The week of 2011-02-21 saw the traditional Graphics Test Week. Adam Williamson posted a
full recap of the event to the mailing list. He noted that participation was up again
compared to the Fedora 14 events and that some important testing had been carried out, but
also noted a worrying trend in status of bugs from previous events, with many bugs
reported during the Fedora 13 and 14 events remaining unfixed. He promised to investigate
the causes of this.
Last week and this Tuesday saw three Test Days under the internationalization and
localization Test Week banner: the Anaconda i18n and l10n Test Day on 2011-03-01, the
desktop i18n Test Day on 2011-03-03 and the desktop l10n Test Day on 2011-03-08.
These events were expertly organized and run by Igor Pires Soares, Rui He and Aman Alam,
and were great successes with good turnouts and a lot of useful testing. Igor posted a
recap to the list, thanking all those who came to test.
Thursday 2011-03-10 is the second of three planned GNOME 3 Test Days, where we are
continuing to work with the GNOME team to test GNOME 3.0 and its integration with Fedora
15 as rigorously as we can before the final release of both.
Next Thursday, 2011-03-17, will be preupgrade Test Day, where we will be testing this
important mechanism for upgrading to Fedora 15. Upgrading is always one of the thorniest
areas of a Fedora release, so if it's important to you and you can come along and help
test, please do - the more testing we can get early on, the better the final result will
--- Official Fedora hosting of DeltaISO images ---
Andre Robatino has been building and hosting DeltaISO images for Fedora releases and
pre-releases for some time now, assisting users with limited bandwidth to install and test
Fedora. At the weekly meeting of 2011-03-07, it was announced that thanks to help from
the Infrastructure team, from now on these images will be hosted within the Fedora
project, making them much easier to access. They can now be found on the serverbeach1
--- Installation test updates ---
Kamil Paral and Rui He were engaged in reviewing the installation test matrix and test
cases and suggesting fixes and improvements: clarifying when results have been transferred
from previous test runs, updating a test case for the systemd switch and obsoleting
-- Security Advisories --
In this section, we cover Security Advisories from fedora-package-announce from the past
Contributing Writer: Pascal Calarco
--- Fedora 15 Security Advisories ---
* clamav-0.97-1500.fc15 -
* wireshark-1.4.4-1.fc15 -
* perl-Mail-Box-2.097-1.fc15 -
* thunderbird-3.1.8-3.fc15 -
* asterisk-1.8.3-1.fc15 -
* TeXmacs-126.96.36.199-2.fc15 -
* moodle-1.9.11-1.fc15 -
* rt3-3.8.9-1.fc15 -
* gitolite-1.5.8-3.fc15 -
* q-7.11-10.fc15 -
* couchdb-1.0.2-1.fc15 -
* telepathy-glib-0.13.13-1.fc15 -
* telepathy-gabble-0.11.7-1.fc15 -
* moin-1.9.3-4.fc15 -
* phpMyAdmin-188.8.131.52-1.fc15 -
--- Fedora 14 Security Advisories ---
* patch-2.6.1-8.fc14 -
* libtiff-3.9.4-3.fc14 -
* socat-184.108.40.206-1.fc14 -
* moin-1.9.3-4.fc14 -
* rubygem-actionpack-2.3.8-3.fc14 -
* TeXmacs-220.127.116.11-2.fc14 -
* moodle-1.9.11-1.fc14 -
* galeon-2.0.7-37.fc14.1 -
* gnome-python2-extras-2.25.3-27.fc14.1 -
* gnome-web-photo-0.9-17.fc14.1 -
* mozvoikko-1.0-18.fc14.1 -
* firefox-3.6.14-1.fc14 -
* xulrunner-18.104.22.168-1.fc14 -
* q-7.11-8.fc14 -
--- Fedora 13 Security Advisories ---
* patch-2.6.1-8.fc13 -
* kernel-22.214.171.124-68.fc13 -
* galeon-2.0.7-37.fc13 -
* gnome-python2-extras-2.25.3-26.fc13 -
* perl-Gtk2-MozEmbed-0.08-6.fc13.21 -
* gnome-web-photo-0.9-16.fc13 -
* mozvoikko-1.0-18.fc13 -
* firefox-3.6.14-1.fc13 -
* xulrunner-126.96.36.199-1.fc13 -
* moin-1.9.3-4.fc13 -
* rubygem-actionpack-2.3.5-4.fc13 -
* TeXmacs-188.8.131.52-2.fc13 -
* moodle-1.9.11-1.fc13 -
* q-7.11-8.fc13 -
- end FWN 266 -
Pascal Calarco, Fedora Ambassador, Indiana, USA