On Wed, 2005-05-18 at 09:28 -0400, Paul W. Frields wrote:
Fellow scribes and scribblers,
The illustrious editor-in-chief, Tammy Fox, is apparently too modest to
announce it here, but Red Hat Magazine #7 is out! RHM7 (that's what the
new teaser poster calls it -- look for it in your neighborhood movie
theater) has the following Fedora-related articles:
* Installing Fedora Core on the Mac mini, by Colin Charles
* FUDCon 2: Coming to a LinuxTag near you
* Fedora Project Status Report, by Greg DeKoenigsberg
Of course, there's also the usual amount of up-to-the-minute news,
excellent tutorial articles on VNC and MySQL, a cool bit on availability
and a great feature on open source licensing that you (or your boss)
might enjoy. I really look forward to this online magazine every month,
and I'm so glad to see the new method of online publishing has really
taken off for RHM.
If you want to keep on top of new issue releases, you can subscribe to
the RSS 2.0 feed here:
Tammy certainly doesn't need me to do PR for the magazine; I just wanted
to make sure everyone knew the new issue was out. The new issue will
probably be out right after the FC4 release, so hopefully we can submit
a small blurb about the Installation Guide and other FDP happenings in
time for the Fedora Project Status Report in RHM8.
Paul W. Frields, RHCE http://paul.frields.org/
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Fedora Documentation Project: http://fedora.redhat.com/projects/docs/
Thanks Paul. ;-)
Next month is all about the kernel (exec-shield, I/O schedulers, dynamic
tracing, and dual-core) and of course Fedora Core 4.
Great idea about including info about the IG and other FDP happenings.
I'm sure gdk would be happy to include it in the Fedora status report.
Colin Charles is writing the FC4 article, so I'll be sure he mentions