"Red Hat, one of the biggest contributor to open source and Linux,
proved the world that the Open Source service based model is profitable.
Red Hat introduces all the exiting new technologies in Fedora, the
community driven distribution sponsored by Red Hat. These technologies
will be integrated into the official Red Hat distribution after they are
mature enough. The technologies like udev, upstart, SELinux, pulseaudio,
Plymouth, Xen and KVM are first introduced (if I remember correctly) in
Fedora and then later integrated into various other distributions."
On Sat, May 30, 2009 at 09:22:39AM +1000, Murray McAllister wrote:
> On Sat, May 30, 2009 at 3:13 AM, Eric Christensen
> <eric(a)christensenplace.us> wrote:
> > Thanks to Jack and Paul for stepping up and really getting the release
> > announcement built. We, at Docs, have reviewed the final draft and
> > think we are in consensus that it is complete. Please look over it
> > and see if anything jumps out at you. If not, this is what we'd like
> > to go with.
> >  http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Release_Announcement_for_F11
> First sentence spells today as "to-day", but maybe that is intended?
That's intended, in the spirit of usage in English over a century ago.
> Also, there are spaces after "..." and the capital letter following.
I removed the ellipses since they really didn't indicate anything in
particular. I suppose I could go read up and find out how they were
used idiomatically way back when, but it didn't seem vital.
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Seeing as that we slipped another week, I don't think we should stop the
barrage of podcast and interviews that are coming out. There are a few
more topics that I think I can cover, and will present them here as a
sort of schedule for next week.
Again, for those of who are interested in doing a non-english podcast,
there were some good ideas and I think we should move ahead with some of
those. If you are seriously interested, please reply all to this email
with a proposal and outline. I will not be around Friday to help, but
will be back online on Sunday. Max, Paul and anyone else should be able
to help you. Paul put together a great tutorial on how to record a
podcast through fedora talk voip which can be found here:
My proposed topics for print interview and/or podcast are as follows:
Ext4 with Eric Sandeen
Thunderbird 3 with Chris Aillon
Fingerprint Auth with Bastein Nocera
20 Second Startup with Harald Hoyer
Please let me know what you think of those and if interested in doing a