Good night, dear friend of the community come to you for help or suggestions
1. I have a problem with my mail server in fedora, you'll see I have a 389
ldap + postfix + dovecot fds I did in fedora 14 for the university and the
link is here not much, otherwise it is very short and basic to who I can
help you look
. the problem is that I try on fedora 16 and 17 but not achieving the result of
my guide itself, I hope I can help the dovecot apparently does not like is the
connection, if they need information I will send my files tomorrow, still will
try with this if not please see this post who the answer.
2.Trate fedora with zimbra but apparently no longer licenses
with zimbra, as I have read tell me that can only be installed on CentOS and
RedHat, I might indicate that I can do this too, or do you recommend for
server email with fedora.
Note: all servers calleron fedora Chat American, I have not been able to get
any, well answer me this email if possible in Spanish because that is
traduccido with google, thank you very much, God bless you in advance.
Wilinton Acevedo Rueda
On Sun, Sep 9, 2012 at 10:20 PM, Robert Mayr <robyduck(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> 2012/9/8 Daniel Rodriguez <sadasant(a)gmail.com>
>> Hello people!
>> Yesterday I installed finally Fedora 17 and I decided to celebrate
>> making the Fedora's Logo in CSS3, I made it opensource, it's a gift
>> for you and the people that made possible the FUDcon LATAM in
>> Thanks for your work!
>> Live preview: http://fiddle.jshell.net/BMebk/show/
>> Article at my website: http://www.sadasant.com/2012/09/08/fedora-css3.html
>> Github: https://github.com/OpenVE/CSS/tree/master/examples/Fedora%20Logo
>> Have a good day and keep doing amazing stuff!
>> *Daniel J. Rodríguez S.*
> Hi Daniel,
> you did a very nice work! My compliments!
> Cheers Robert
I agree with Roobert, this is awesome Daniel, thanks!
Not sure if we can use it (it probably needs a Legals review) but I am
CCing the design team that could find it useful also.
So i found time yesterday to explore the Nebula/Osmo concept from our
hackfest after addressing some backlogs of paperwork. Its interesting
what can emerge from 12hours of experimentation.
First off, I decided to base my variation on a subtle joke. After all
its 'Spherical Cow'. Ever seen one of those? So what if all that
represents the cow is the udders (hehehehe)???. I know, some weird
imaginations and iterating on that could get messy depending on your
state of mind. Just take it like you see it ... I borrowed from the
common cartoon idea of cows being cowbows and the udders being the
machine guns. These cows (udders) are floating in space shooting at
each other ... the vacuum is populated by sprays of bullets (you know
what now :-) ).
The sketch of this concept, here:
So you're all welcome to blast this work with critiques. I've got the
blend file here for anyone who cares to play around. I'm not quite
satisfied with the background yet. I'll be nice to get a vignette
effect or a variation of blue tones ... something with more depth. I
hope to figure that out soon.
you might have noticed -- F18 wallpaper was finally set as default (in
F18) so I made a blog post  and already have a rather good feedback.
To summarize for those who do not want to go through all the comments:
* Best fedora wallpaper since at least the Solar one (I'm inclined to
think so too ;-) ).
* A little bug in the bottom right corner -- "darker vertical overlay
117px wide at the right side of the wide wallpaper".
* There is (at least) one person interested in tutorial/pointers on how
to make such wallpaper -- is there anyone who'd like to write it?
I'll continue to monitor the comments and post a summary in this thread
again if anything new appears. :)
Want to win a cool Fedora Tshirt and other swags , participate in Fedora Video Contest . The contest is starting today (5th September 2012) and will remain open for 1 month (5th October 2012).
The contest is really simple: we want you to make us a video. Rather, we want you to make a intro/outro template that we can use for the Fedora Videos project.
How To Participate ?
Make a intro + outro template that a video can be prefixed/suffixed with
Shine it up, real nice. Add some barbecue sauce maybe?
Put it up somewhere: dropbox/archive.org/...
Email us and let us know!
Wait.. wait.. wait.. to find out if you won yourself goodies and Fedora tshirt!
Now, since we're going to use your template for quite a few videos, all of the fedora videos project actually, we request you to license your material accordingly: please use CC by SA.
What is Fedora Videos Project, We have lots of community videos strewn around the interwebs. Some on Youtube,others on Vimeo, others are just hosted some place. They aren't really well organized, and so, it's difficult to find them when you need them.What we're trying to do is to take all these, add proper titles,subtitles, translations, licenses and place them at one location(archive.org) so that everyone can find and use them. That's where the contest comes in. We want a good intro/outro template that we can easily modify and use for the videos that we put up. Makes sense now, doesn't it?. If you want to eat some hot dogs with us while making community videos, come right in (link to mailing list mktg)!
For other details regarding the Fedora Video Contest visit the wiki page  . If you still have questions feel free to ask any of the video team members  .
So let the game begin , and lets give a hard time to our judges by lots of awesome participation .
Print only if its necessary
Nitesh Narayan Lal
This is my first post to the list! I've been working with Jorn Lomax as
part of the Google Summer of Code project the Fedora audio spin. I
believe Jorn introduced himself here .
We've come a long way now and have decided on using KDE as the base
system for the Fedora Jam audio spin.
We are probably going to use a darker KDE theme by default (such as
Oxygen or Caledonia) and are desperately in need of some KDE splash and
wallpaper ideas that will fit with this.
Whilst we don't have any firm suggestions in mind it would be great of
we could somehow create a theme which can somehow encompass more than a
few of the many aspects surrounding music and audio production - e.g.
classical, modern, electronic, live, recording etc. Some have suggested
and elegant collage of instruments and/or recording gear, but we are
really very open for all kinds of ideas . It may not even need to
relate to audio at all but just look really cool and modern! I think
this is a really creative opportunity here if any is interested!.
We have created a placeholder package (fedora-jam-backgrounds) already
which contains a simple audio waveform on a black background, which will
be replaced .
Once a spin is approved via the Spins wrangler what is the submission
process so far as the design team is concerned?
thanks for your help!
(Music Creation SIG / GSOC mentor)