Fedora Weekly News 217

Pascal Calarco pcalarco at nd.edu
Mon Mar 15 17:03:08 UTC 2010

Fedora Weekly News Issue 217
           o 1.1 Announcements
                 + 1.1.1 Fedora Announcement News
                 + 1.1.2 Fedora Development News
                       # Google Summer of Code proposal: Better 
iptables management
                       # Note: comps moved to Fedora Hosted git
                       # Release Notes Wiki Freeze
                       # Announcing the release of Fedora 13 Alpha!
                             * What is the Alpha release?
                             * Features
                             * Contributing
                       # F13 Release Slogan - Rock it.
                 + 1.1.3 Fedora Events
                       # Upcoming Events (March 2010 to May 2010)
                       # Past Events
                       # Additional information
           o 1.2 Planet Fedora
                 + 1.2.1 General
                 + 1.2.2 Marketing FAD
           o 1.3 Fedora In the News
           o 1.4 QualityAssurance
                 + 1.4.1 Test Days
                 + 1.4.2 Weekly meetings
                 + 1.4.3 Fedora 13 Alpha and Beta
                 + 1.4.4 Package update policy
           o 1.5 Translation
                 + 1.5.1 Transifex v 0.7.4 Upgrade Complete
                 + 1.5.2 Translation Review Image Available
                 + 1.5.3 New Category, 'Upstream', on translate.fp.org
                 + 1.5.4 New Members/Co-ordinators in FLP
           o 1.6 Artwork
                 + 1.6.1 Preparing Beta Artwork
                 + 1.6.2 The Design Suite is a Talking Point
           o 1.7 Security Advisories
                 + 1.7.1 Fedora 13 Security Advisories
                 + 1.7.2 Fedora 12 Security Advisories
                 + 1.7.3 Fedora 11 Security Advisories

== Fedora Weekly News Issue 217

Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 217[1] for the week ending March 14, 
2010. What follows are some highlights from this issue.

In announcements, lots of exciting news related to Fedora 13, including 
details on last week's Alpha launch, slogan release, as well as freeze 
on the F13 release notes. In news from the Fedora Planet, thoughts on 
Fedora Spins, how to create a rocket using Inkscape, an excellent essay 
on "Open Source Philosophy" including a brief history of the movement, 
and much more. In the News summarizes an interview with Fedora Project 
leader Paul W. Frields on Fedora 12 and beyond. In Quality Assurance 
news, details from last week's Test Day on webcams, great coverage in 
the QA team weekly meetings and other activities, Fedora 13 Alpha and 
Beta updates, and details on a proposed draft of a package update 
policy. Translation reports details on last week's Transifex 0.74 
upgrade, availability of a Fedora 13 image with the latest translations, 
and many new members of the Fedora Localization Project team. In 
Art/Design Team news, coverage of recent discussion on Fedora 13 beta 
artwork, and the design suite as a Fedora talking point. This issue 
wraps up with pointers to last week's security advisories for Fedora 11, 
12 and 13. Enjoy!

We're also pleased to note the availability of Fedora Audio Weekly News 
(FAWN), an audio version in Ogg Vorbis format for a few past FWN issues 
that one of our contributors has begun. Find it on the Internet 
Archive[2] and have a listen!

If you are interested in contributing to Fedora Weekly News, please see 
our 'join' page[3]. We welcome reader feedback: fedora-news-list at redhat.com

FWN Editorial Team: Pascal Calarco, Adam Williamson

    1. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue217
    2. http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=subject%3A%22FWN%22
    3. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/NewsProject/Join

== Announcements ==

In this section, we cover announcements from the Fedora Project, 
including general announcements[1], development announcements[2] and 

Contributing Writer: Pascal Calarco

    1. http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/announce/
    2. http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/devel-announce/
    3. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Events

=== Fedora Announcement News ===

There were no announcements on the announce at lists.fedoraproject.org last 

=== Fedora Development News ===

==== Google Summer of Code proposal: Better iptables management ====

Zubin Mithra[1] invited comments[2] on a Google Summer of Code proposal 
to improve iptables in Fedora:

"My name is Zubin Mithra and I am aspiring to get into GSoC on behalf of 
Fedora. I wish to work on making a library for better iptables 
management. Details can be viewed in the proposal which I have attached 
along with the email.

I would love to hear your views on it."

A PDF[3] of the proposal is available.

    1. Zubin Mithra

==== Note: comps moved to Fedora Hosted git ====

Bill Nottingham announced[1]

"As discussed both on-list, and at this week's FESCo meeting[2] the 
'comps' module used for mapping packages to package groups in Fedora has 
moved from CVS to Fedora Hosted git.

You may view the module at: http://git.fedorahosted.org/git/?p=comps.git 
and check it out at any of: http://git.fedorahosted.org/git/comps.git 
(r/o) git://git.fedorahosted.org/comps.git (r/o) 
ssh://git.fedorahosted.org/git/comps.git (r/w, for packagers)

Access control and policies remain the same. The old comps module in CVS 
will remain in a read-only state while users of it upgrade their scripts.

If you have any issues with the new location, please file a ticket in 
release-engineering trac[3]

Thanks, Bill Nottingham"

    3. https://fedorahosted.org/rel-eng/newticket

==== Release Notes Wiki Freeze ====

John J. McDonough reminded[1] the community that:

"Next week is the wiki freeze for Fedora 13 Release Notes.

If you have something important that needs to be in the release notes, 
update the appropriate wiki beat[2].

Go above and select the appropriate beat. Then add a note to that beat.

Your update need not be polished prose; if you can summarize the key 
points that need to be documented and perhaps include a link to more 
details, the Docs Project can take it from there.

As in Fedora 12, we are not looking to document every little change. The 
release notes will highlight significant changes, and include a link to 
the upstream page for all changes. If your component is hosted by 
Fedora, please consider enhancing the information pointed to by the yum 
link, which is what will appear in the release notes.

Thanks for your help --McD"

    2. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Documentation_Beats

==== Announcing the release of Fedora 13 Alpha! ====

Jesse Keating announced[1] the availability of Fedora 13 Alpha:

"The Fedora 13 "Goddard" Alpha release is available! What's next for the 
free operating system that shows off the best new technology of 
tomorrow? You can see the future now[2]

===== What is the Alpha release? =====

The Alpha release contains all the features of Fedora 13 in a form that 
anyone can help test. This testing, guided by the Fedora QA team, helps 
us target and identify bugs. When these bugs are fixed, we make a Beta 
release available. A Beta release is code-complete, and bears a very 
strong resemblance to the third and final release. The final release of 
Fedora 13 is due in May.

We need your help to make Fedora 13 the best release yet, so please take 
a moment of your time to download and try out the Alpha and make sure 
the things that are important to you are working. If you find a bug, 
please report it -- every bug you uncover is a chance to improve the 
experience for millions of Fedora users worldwide. Together, we can make 
Fedora a rock-solid distribution. (Read down to the end of the 
announcement for more information on how to help.)

===== Features =====

Among the top features for end users, we have:

    * Automatic print driver installation. We're using RPM and

PackageKit for automatic installation of printer drivers, so when you 
plug in a USB printer, Fedora will automatically offer to install 
drivers for it if needed.

    * Automatic installation of language packs. Yum language packs

plugin support makes software installation smarter and easier for 
everyone worldwide, by automatically downloading language support for 
large suites of Fedora software when the user's environment requires it.

    * Redesigned user management interface. The user account tool has

been completely redesigned, and the accountsdialog and accountsservice 
test packages are available to make it easy to configure personal 
information, make a personal profile picture or icon, generate a strong 
passphrase, and set up login options for your Fedora system.

    * Color management. Color Management allows you to better set and

control your colors for displays, printers, and scanners, through the 
gnome-color-manager package.

    * NetworkManager improvements include CLI. NetworkManager is now a 
one stop shop for all of your networking needs in Fedora, be it dial-up, 
broadband, wifi, or even Bluetooth. And now it can all be done in the 
command line, if you're into that sort of thing.

    * Experimental 3D extended to free Nouveau driver for NVidia cards. 
In this release we are one step closer to having 3D supported on 
completely free and open source software (FOSS) drivers. In Fedora 12 we 
got a lot of ATI chips working, and this time we've added a wide range 
of NVidia cards. You can install the mesa-dri-drivers-experimental 
package to try out the work in progress.

For developers there are all sorts of additional goodies:

    * SystemTap static probes. SystemTap now has expanded capabilities 
to monitor higher-level language runtimes like Java, Python and Tcl, and 
also user space applications starting with PostgreSQL. In the future 
Fedora will add support for even more user space applications, greatly 
increasing the scope and power of monitoring for application developers.

    * Easier Python debugging. We've added new support that allows

developers working with mixed libraries (Python and C/C++) in Fedora to 
get more complete information when debugging with gdb, making Fedora an 
exceptional platform for powerful, rapid application development.

    * Parallel-installable Python 3 stack. The parallel-installable

Python 3 stack will will help programmers write and test code for use in 
both Python 2.6 and Python 3 environments, so you can future-proof your 
applications now using Fedora.

    * NetBeans 6.8 first IDE to support entire Java 6 EE spec. NetBeans 
IDE 6.8 is the first IDE to offer complete support for the entire Java 
EE 6 specification.

And don't think we forgot the system administrators:

    * boot.fedoraproject.org. (BFO) allows users to download a single, 
tiny image (could fit on a floppy) and install current and future 
versions of Fedora without having to download additional images.

    * System Security Services Daemon (SSSD). SSSD provides expanded

features for logging into managed domains, including caching for offline 
authentication. This means that, for example, users on laptops can still 
login when disconnected from the company's managed network. The 
authentication configuration tool in Fedora has already been updated to 
support SSSD, and work is underway to make it even more attractive and 

    * Pioneering NFS features. Fedora offers the latest version 4 of the 
NFS protocol for better performance, and in conjunction with recent 
kernel modifications includes IPv6 support for NFS as well.

    * Zarafa Groupware. Zarafa now makes available a complete Open

Source groupware suite that can be used as a drop-in Exchange 
replacement for Web-based mail, calendaring, collaboration and tasks. 
Features include IMAP/POP and iCal/CalDAV capabilities, native mobile 
phone support, the ability to integrate with existing Linux mail 
servers, a full set of programming interfaces, and a comfortable look 
and feel using modern Ajax technologies.

    * Btrfs snapshots integration. Btrfs is capable of creating

lightweight filesystem snapshots that can be mounted (and booted into) 
selectively. The created snapshots are copy-on-write snapshots, so there 
is no file duplication overhead involved for files that do not change 
between snapshots. It allows developers to feel comfortable 
experimenting with new software without fear of an unusable install, 
since automated snapshots allow them to easily revert to the previous 
day's filesystem.

And that's only the beginning. A more complete list and details of each 
new cited feature is available[3]

We have nightly composes of alternate spins available[4]

===== Contributing =====

For more information including common and known bugs, tips on how to 
report bugs, and the official release schedule, please refer to the 
release notes[5]

Thank you, and we hope to see you in the Fedora project!

-- Jesse Keating Fedora -- Freedom² is a feature! identi.ca: 

    2. http://fedoraproject.org/get-prerelease?anF13a
    3. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/13/FeatureList?anF13a
    4. http://alt.fedoraproject.org/pub/alt/nightly-composes/?anF13a
    5. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_13_Alpha_release_notes?anF13a

==== F13 Release Slogan - Rock it. ====

Robyn Bergeron announced[1] the slogan for Fedora 13:

"For the 13th Release of Fedora, "Goddard," the Fedora Marketing team 
ran an open, community based process of slogan submissions,[2]. That 
processincluded guidelines for producing great slogans, and as a result 
ofour call, we received a large number of slogan contributions[3]

After an exciting and enjoyable Marketing Team meeting, the release 
slogan for Fedora 13 "Goddard" has been chosen and approved: "Rock it!"

We would like to thank all the contributors who have participated in 
this process.



    2. https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Release_slogan_SOP
    3. https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/F13_release_slogan

=== Fedora Events ===

Fedora events are the source of marketing, learning and meeting all the 
fellow community people around you. So, please mark your agenda with the 
following events to consider attending or volunteering near you!

==== Upcoming Events (March 2010 to May 2010) ====

     * North America (NA)[1]
     * Central & South America (LATAM) [2]
     * Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA)[3]
     * India, Asia, Australia (India/APJ)[4]


==== Past Events ====

Archive of Past Fedora Events[1]

    1. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FedoraEvents/PastEvents

==== Additional information ====

     * Reimbursements -- reimbursement guidelines.
     * Budget -- budget for the current quarter (as distributed by FAMSCo).
     * Sponsorship -- how decisions are made to subsidize travel by 
community members.
     * Organization -- event organization, budget information, and 
regional responsibility.
     * Event reports -- guidelines and suggestions.
     * LinuxEvents -- a collection of calendars of Linux events.

== Planet Fedora ==

In this section, we cover the highlights of Planet Fedora[1] - an 
aggregation of blogs from Fedora contributors worldwide. This edition 
covers highlights from the past three weeks.

Contributing Writer: Adam Batkin

    1. http://planet.fedoraproject.org

=== General ===

Justin O'Brien was one of many to announce[1] that the Fedora 13 Alpha 
has been released. "We need your help to make Fedora 13 the best release 
yet, so please take a moment of your time to download and try out the 
Alpha and make sure the things that are important to you are working. If 
you find a bug, please report it – every bug you uncover is a chance to 
improve the experience for millions of Fedora users worldwide. Together, 
we can make Fedora a rock-solid distribution."

Richard W.M. Jones shared[2] a tip: How to "use SystemTap to monitor 
SELinux changes to files". The problem: "Something unknown was changing 
the labels on certain devices behind my back. We couldn’t find out what 
it was using ordinary diagnostics, so I decided to investigate if we 
could do this with SystemTap."

Aamir Aijaz Bhutto wrote[3] an excellent essay on "Open Source 
Philosophy" including a brief history of the movement.

Dave Malcolm mused[4] on the topic of "What variability exists within 
proposed updates to the Fedora package collection?"

Joshua Wulf posted[5] a giant comic-like diagram explaining what 
Publican is.

Nicu Buceli explained[6] how to create a rocket ship using Inkscape.

Max Spevack asked[7]: Are Fedora Spins a thread or a menace? Max shared 
some "thoughts about Fedora's Spins -- both the idea behind having 
spins, and some of the marketing-related challenges that exist as a result."

    3. http://aamirbhutto.wordpress.com/2010/03/09/open-source-philosophy/
    4. http://dmalcolm.livejournal.com/5013.html
    5. http://fossdocs.wordpress.com/2010/03/10/publican-not-just-for-beer/
    7. http://spevack.livejournal.com/101818.html

=== Marketing FAD ===

Fedora held Marketing "Fedora Activity Days" and here are bunch of 
random links that seem to sum it up nicely:

     * http://blog.melchua.com/2010/03/14/marketing-f12-postmortem/
     * http://marilyn.frields.org:8080/~paul/wordpress/?p=3072
     * http://www.nalley.me/david/?p=228
     * http://www.braincache.de/wp/2010/03/14/fedora-mktg-fad-2010-day-1/

== Fedora In the News ==

In this section, we cover news from the trade press and elsewhere that 
is re-posted to the Fedora Marketing list[1]


Contributing Writer: Pascal Calarco

=== Paul Frields on Fedora 12 and Beyond (LinuxForU.com ) ===

Kara Schlitz forwarded[2] a summary of the following article posted to 
LinuxForU.com on 3/9/2010:

"Paul Frields on Fedora 12 and Beyond By Janani Gopalakrishnan Vikram

Two months after the launch of Fedora 12, we spoke to Paul Frields, 
Fedora Project Leader at Red Hat, about how this release has been 
received by the community, and what is in store for the next. Though it 
started as a technical discussion on what Fedora 12 offers IT admins and 
developers, it graduated into a more serious conversation on the 
relationship between Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and the 
distinction (if any) between commercial and community Linux.

The full article is available[3]

    1. http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/marketing/

== Quality Assurance ==

In this section, we cover the activities of the QA team[1].

Contributing Writer: Adam Williamson

    1. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA

=== Test Days ===

Last week's Test Day[1] was on webcams. We had a great turnout, with 
many users testing all sorts of different cameras, so thanks to everyone 
who tested. Most cameras were reported to work well, but we did identify 
a few models which did not, and Hans de Goede will be working to improve 
support for those. Thanks to Hans for helping to organize and look after 
the event.

Next week's Test Day[2] will be on Fedora 13 changes to disk management, 
via the udisks (previously DeviceKit-disks) backend and the Palimpsest 
front end[3]. The major new features are better support for LVMs, 
support for multipath connections (a system with multiple connections to 
the same drive, common with enterprise storage systems) and support for 
remote access, allowing you to inspect the disks on one system from 
another with Palimpsest. As always, we'll be working to make testing as 
easy as possible, and most testing should be possible from a live 
environment. The Test Day will run all day on Thursday 2010-03-18 in the 
#fedora-test-day IRC channel.

If you would like to propose a main track Test Day for the Fedora 13 
cycle, please contact the QA team via email or IRC, or file a ticket in 
QA Trac[4].

    1. https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Day:2010-03-11_webcams
    2. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Test_Day:2010-03-18_Palimpsest
    3. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/UdisksImprovements
    4. http://fedorahosted.org/fedora-qa/

=== Weekly meetings ===

No QA group weekly meeting was held on 2010-03-08 as James Laska was 
unavailable and there were no pressing items needing discussion.

The Bugzappers group weekly meeting[1] was held on 2010-03-09. The full 
log is available[2]. Matej Cepl confirmed that he is an administrator of 
the Fedorahosted triage space[3], and that XML-RPC access to the space 
is now working again.

Adam Williamson provided a recap of Brennan Ashton's work on triage 
statistics[4], and on his current plan[5] to develop this within the 
Fedora Community[6] group.

Adam Williamson and John Poelstra discussed the planned rebase of bugs 
to Fedora 13, in regards to some questions[7] raised by Till Maas on the 
development mailing list. They confirmed that each specific rebase does 
not need approval by FESCo, and could not see how Till's proposed 
refinement of the rebase query would be an improvement.

Adam Williamson reported that he had updated the bug workflow Wiki 
page[8] to reflect the new No Frozen Rawhide process. He noted that it 
had been slightly cumbersome to rewrite and welcomed reviews of the 
changes. Christopher Beland volunteered to update the Rawhide page[9] 

The next QA weekly meeting will be held on 2010-03-15 at 1600 UTC in 
#fedora-meeting. The next Bugzappers weekly meeting will be held on 
2010-03-16 at 1500 UTC in #fedora-meeting.

    1. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/BugZappers/Meetings
    3. http://fedorahosted.org/triage/
    6. http://admin.fedoraproject.org/community/
    7. http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/devel/2010-March/132390.html
    8. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/BugZappers/BugStatusWorkFlow
    9. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/Rawhide

=== Fedora 13 Alpha and Beta ===

Jesse Keating announced[1] the release of Fedora 13 Alpha on 2010-03-09. 
The first blocker bug review meeting for Fedora 13 Beta was held on 
2010-03-12[2], where all Beta blocker candidate bugs were reviewed and 
some Fedora 13 blocker candidates upgraded to Beta blocker status.

    1. http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/devel/2010-March/132858.html

=== Package update policy ===

Kamil Paral posted[1] a proposed draft[2] of a package update policy, 
driven mostly by the need for a framework for the integration of AutoQA 
tests. Kamil's policy was eventually discussed at the FESCo meeting[3] 
which decided to move forward with Bill Nottingham's proposal focused on 
the requirements for updates to be published. Kamil planned to work with 
Bill to ensure his proposal would cover the important areas of Kamil's 

    1. http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/test/2010-March/089077.html

== Translation ==

This section covers the news surrounding the Fedora Translation (L10n) 

Contributing Writer: Runa Bhattacharjee

    1. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/L10N

=== Transifex v 0.7.4 Upgrade Complete ===

After tests on a staging server, the transifex v 7.04 instance is now 
live on translate.fedoraproject.org[1]. This version, brings in the much 
awaited feature that supports Publican style documents comprised of 
multiple .po files.

As informed[2] by Ruediger Landmann, the .pot files for Fedora Documents 
served by translate.fedoraproject.org would need to be regenerated and 
merged with the earlier translations. Translation submission is 
presently disabled for a number of these documents[3].

    1. https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=527327
    2. http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/trans/2010-March/007160.html
    3. http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/trans/2010-March/007178.html

=== Translation Review Image Available ===

An image file for a Fedora 13 build containing the latest translations 
has been made available by the Fedora Release Engineering team. Using 
this image, translators can directly review the translations on the User 

    1. http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/trans/2010-March/007098.html

=== New Category, 'Upstream', on translate.fp.org ===

After discussions on the mailing list[1], several modules including 
PulseAudio*, Transifex etc. have been moved to a new category titled 
'Upstream' in translate.fedoraproject.org[2]. These modules, are 
integral to the Fedora Project, but do not use the Fedora Infrastructure 
to host their source or receive translations.

    1. http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/trans/2010-March/007120.html
    2. http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/trans/2010-March/007140.html

=== New Members/Co-ordinators in FLP ===

Geunsik Lim (Korean)[1], Christian I. Ponce G (Spanish)[2], Peter Bojtos 
(Hungarian)[3], Ryo Fujita (Japanese)[4], joined the Fedora Localization 
Project recently. Hyunsok Oh has taken over as the new co-ordinator of 
the Korean team[5].

    1. http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/trans/2010-March/007113.html
    2. http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/trans/2010-March/007148.html
    3. http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/trans/2010-March/007152.html
    4. http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/trans/2010-March/007167.html
    5. http://lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/trans/2010-March/007158.html

== Artwork ==

In this section, we cover the Fedora Design Team[1].

Contributing Writer: Nicu Buculei

    1. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Artwork

=== Preparing Beta Artwork ===

Máirín Duffy wrote on her blog[1] asking for feedback about the artwork 
in Fedora 13 and ways to improve it for the Beta release "So now that 
Fedora 13 Alpha is out…. have you given it a try? What do you think 
about the wallpaper? We want to hear your feedback, because there isn’t 
actually that much time to update the wallpaper for beta, I think a 
little over a week. We haven’t gotten much feedback about it yet, so we 
need to hear from you now!". Anyone is encouraged to leave feedback 
either on her blog or on the team's mailing list[2]

    2. http://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/design-team

=== The Design Suite is a Talking Point ===

Sebastian Dziallas reported[1] on @Design-Team about the Design Suite[2] 
being listed as a Talking Point[3] for the upcoming Fedora 13 "I've 
quickly copied some stuff for the talking points together (since the 
Design Suite *is* in fact a talking point, heh)" and invited people to 
contribute and enhance the page.

    2. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Design_Suite
    3. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_13_Talking_Points

== Security Advisories ===

In this section, we cover Security Advisories from fedora-package-announce.


Contributing Writer: Pascal Calarco

=== Fedora 13 Security Advisories ===

     * tar-1.22-16.fc13 - 
     * libpng10-1.0.53-1.fc13 - 
     * viewvc-1.1.4-1.fc13 - 
     * nss-3.12.6-1.2.fc13 - 
     * cups-1.4.2-34.fc13 - 
     * esorex-3.7.2-6.fc13 - 
     * samba-3.5.1-58.fc13 - 
     * sudo-1.7.2p5-1.fc13 - 
     * moin-1.9.2-1.fc13 - 
     * bournal-1.4.1-1.fc13 - 

=== Fedora 12 Security Advisories ===

     * cups-1.4.2-28.fc12 - 
     * nss-3.12.6-1.2.fc12 - 
     * samba-3.4.7-58.fc12 - 
     * curl-7.19.7-7.fc12 - 
     * bournal-1.4.1-1.fc12 - 

=== Fedora 11 Security Advisories ===

     * cups-1.4.2-26.fc11 - 
     * squid-3.0.STABLE24-1.fc11 - 
     * curl-7.19.7-5.fc11 - 
     * samba-3.4.7-0.50.fc11 - 
     * bournal-1.4.1-1.fc11 - 
     * sudo-1.7.2p5-1.fc11 - 

- end FWN 217 -

Pascal Calarco, Fedora Ambassador, Indiana, USA

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