Another issue of the Fedora News Updates has been released and is
The current issue is always linked to
In this issue, the fedora-desktop list comes alive, there's some useful
visible documentation available, possibilities for new configuration
tools, and the fact that a new version of yum needs testing. There's
also an interview with Dams, more SELinux and Core 2 test2 notes, as
well as some interesting software packages.
Colin Charles, byte(a)aeon.com.my