I am a user of a fedora 3. and unfortunately my YUM no longer works because the rpm library that what was on this site is longer there.
Now I know that fedora 3 is no longer being support anymore, But not having access to the latest updates for it when the project was stopped, is being a real burden for me.
So, is there any way that I can get a copy of the fedora updates that use to be on this site. From some other site or archive or on a CD or something. Or rather since this is probably not your responsibility, Who do I contact for this request.
When I browse to any of the team-pages at
http://translate.fedoraproject.org/teams/ I get an empty page.
Browser: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:22.214.171.124)
Gecko/2009032713 Fedora/3.0.8-1.fc10 Firefox/3.0.8
Recently I noticed that the oficial international website for Fedora
Portugal  is inactive for, probably, about a year now (jugging for
the Fedora 9 image). Actually very little was done in the website
besides the joomla infrastructure.
Fedora is currently the only major distro without a updated and "living"
website. There are active community websites for Debian, openSUSE and
I'm just started using Fedora recently but I'm a Linux user for about 4
years. I'm also an active GNOME translator. I think contributing with
the website could be one of my ways to give back to Fedora.
So, who could I contact about this? Is anyone still in charge of the
website that I can propose my collaboration?
Sorry to bother you, but I noticed that on your page: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/SecuritySpin
you are linking to http://www.stud.uni-hannover.de/user/76201/gpart/
...that web page doesn't exists anymore. I've been using this page on Gpart...it's a good replacement if you wanted to change the link...or just add it as an additional resource: http://www.phonydiploma.com/gpart-linux.aspx
...it has tons of resources on what Gpart is, and how it can help find missing partitions. There's also tons of links to LINUX help guides and information on disk partitioning. I found it pretty helpful; you and your visitors might like it too. Let me know what you think :)
In wiki of fedora project, there is a mistake in Anaconda's SourceOverview.
In setor 1.6 "Special Modes", the sentence "This file is an interface between the parser in the pykickstart package and the anaconda interals.", the last word "interals" should be "internals", which lost an "n".
Look website: fedoraproject.org/wiki/Anaconda/SourceOverview