Over the past few months, the Fedora Board has focused on coming up
with two or three overarching goals that can be accomplished over the
next few release cycles. We've got a fairly healthy list of goals at
this point, and welcome your input in helping us decide which two or
three goals are most important. The Fedora Board will be having its
bi-weekly IRC meeting this coming Friday, and we invite you to attend
that meeting and share your input with us. Instead of our normal
question and answer session, we'll instead focus on prioritizing our
list of goals.
The meeting is in the #fedora-board-meeting channel on the Freenode
IRC network at 2:00pm EST (19:00 UTC). In order to keep the meeting
organized and easy to follow, we ask that participants follow the
instructions in the "General Rules" section of
Fedora Project Leader
Hey there Fedora land! I've updated the Unofficial Fedora FAQ for
As usual, the FAQ contains useful information on playing MP3s, watching
DVDs, installing proprietary 3d drivers, and handling common problems.
There is a lot of other useful information in the FAQ, too, and it's all
in an easy-to-read step-by-step instruction format that almost anybody
should be able to follow.
The Fedora 13 FAQ is preserved as:
If you find any inaccuracies in the FAQ, or if you have new suggested
questions for the FAQ, please let me know by emailing me! Also, I'm
always happy to have new translations.
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Apologies for the wide (and somewhat offtopic) distribution, but I knew
of no better way to get the word out.
FUDCon Tempe is almost here (Jan 29-31, 2011), and I am organizing two
nights of gaming for the event. This is an opportunity for FUDCon
attendees to meet your fellow Fedorans and enjoy some of the geekiest
board games we can find (or at least, what spot brings along from his
collection). We'll setup in the Hospitality Suite, first come, first
serve sort of thing, on Friday and Sunday nights (Saturday is our FUDPub
party, so we'll all be there instead.)
If you want to bring a game, please, feel free, but to avoid unnecessary
duplication, please add entries to the list on the wiki:
Apologies to folks who aren't able to join us for the fun at FUDCon, but
perhaps it will inspire you to organize something similar for regional
FUDCons or other Fedora events.
P.S. I don't plan on having any video games here, but if you really want
to bring something in that area, feel free.