My name is Suruchi Dharma. I love opensource! I wrote blog on Docker and
Containers and I have posted it on WordPress. I want to contribute to the
Kindly grant me access to create and edit posts and to submit the posts for
Following the guide  I'd like to introduce myself! I'm Jie Kang, a
software engineer at Red Hat. I'd like to write an article for the
Fedora Magazine to introduce a new module in Fedora, Java Mission
Control (JMC). JMC is a powerful analysis tool for the HotSpot JVM and
is able to read Java Flight Recordings produced by the JDK. These two
technologies were open-sourced by Oracle last year and JMC has been
packaged recently for distribution as a module in Fedora . I
I'm interested in writing a short article on how to install the JMC
module on Fedora and use it to analyze running JVMs on the system or
previously created Flight Recordings. Would this be the correct type
of content for Fedora Magazine?
I'm having a bit of a hard time with the new Wordpress editor. It keeps auto-
removing all the newlines in my pre-formatted text. It also removes the leading
# from lines that I past into the pre-formatted block. I tried using the code
tag instead, but that has problems rendering angle brackets (using the ASCII
character gives an error and the HTML escape codes don't get translated).
I think disabling auto-correction in pre-formatted text blocks would be the best
option. A quick google search seems to suggest that it is possible to do:
Would you mind looking into this?
Gregory Lee Bartholomew
PGP Key ID: 3B67510E
I "closed" the comments when I was working on the draft because I was worried
that, if drafts are publicly accessible, someone might comment on the draft and
then I wouldn't be able to remove the comment. I guess that was a little silly
in retrospect. I see that the comments have remained closed when the article was
published. I didn't mean for that to happen. I'm fine with readers commenting on
the articles. Unfortunately, I do not have access to re-open the comments. If
you could re-open them for me, that would be great. I won't close them in the
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I have a pitch ready: https://fedoramagazine.org/?p=25824&preview=true
It's about running Kubernetes in the form of k3s on Fedora IoT. I'm doing
this at home on a couple of Raspberry Pi's and it has really been a
pleasant experience compared to the normal kubeadm installation, which is
just too heavy on these devices.
On a completely different topic, I noticed that there is a lovely badge
contributing to the magazine. But is hasen't been awarded to anyone in over
a year! Surely there must have been a few first time contributors in that
time (myself included ;) )?
My robotics team's season is over and I am back to being able to write
I have just completed one for Joe Doss. I have two more in the bin to
Here is the link for Joe's.
Please review and publish when best for the Magazine.