Happening this past weekend was Flock, the new Fedora Contributor Conference. Flock is a new take on Fedora's FUDCon conference from the past. For those that couldn't make it out to Charleston, South Carolina, there's slides and video recordings from the Fedora / open-source presentations.
With Fedora more liberally pushing down package updates compared to Ubuntu Linux and other fixed-release distributions, how has the performance evolved since the release of "Schrödinger's Cat" in early July? Here's some benchmarks showing how the Fedora 19 performance has evolved with a newer kernel and other changes.
Following the weekly Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee meeting, another large batch of Fedora 20 features were approved. This includes a ruling on the controversial syslog migration to systemd's journal, upgrading the desktop environments, and other proposed work for the F20 development cycle.
There's been some Fedora 20 feature proposals to date, including a controversial change, while on Thursday a list of newly-proposed features was published.
Fans of the Enlightenment desktop / window manager may finally see the lightweight solution packaged for Fedora 20.
Beginning with Fedora 20, the Linux distribution is considering no longer installing rsyslog by default but would replace it with use of the systemd journal as the Fedora logging solution.
In the past few days there have been a number of proposals for new features in Fedora 20, some more exciting than others. Here's a look at the Fedora 20 proposals to date.
On Tuesday morning, Fedora 19 Linux was officially released.
With Fedora 19 being released soon, the Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee has begun evaluating potential changes/features for Fedora 20. One of the features that was approved today is a build change for the RPMs that can yield greater code security but at the potential cost of performance.
Fedora 19, codenamed Schrödinger's Cat, should finally be released next week. For those still contemplating whether or not to try out the new release candidate, here's a look at some of the best Fedora 19 features.
The hope is to officially release Fedora 19 next week while out quietly today is the release candidate.
An installer has come about to easily install Fedora 19 for ARM on the unlocked Google Nexus 4 smart-phone.
The first beta of Schrödinger's Cat, or more widely known as Fedora 19, is now available for testing. As usual, there's lots of new upstream improvements incorporated into this latest Fedora Linux build.
DNF is the experimental fork of the Yum package manager that premiered in Fedora 18. While much hasn't been heard of this experimental Yum replacement since its debut, work on it has still been progressing and is turning out to be in great shape, is slowly approaching feature-parity with Yum, and is faster.
Two years after the Fedora Account System (FAS) upped its security, an announcement has been made today that they have discovered a security vulnerability in their system that dates back to 2008.
The first alpha/development release of Fedora 19 "Schrödinger's Cat" is now available after having been challenged by a delay.
Fedora developers are running another "Graphics Test Week" and are seeking your help in evaluating the open-source Intel, Radeon, and Nouveau graphics drivers.
After already being challenged by one delay, the first Alpha release of Fedora 19 is cleared for release next Tuesday.
With Fedora's more liberal updating of packages in their supported Linux releases, here's a look at benchmarks of Fedora 18 in its stock configuration versus where it's at today with all stable updates.
After a badly-delayed Fedora 18, Fedora 19 has already received its first release set-back.
Fedora 19 will be one of the first desktop Linux distributions shipping with accelerated Radeon HD 7000 series graphics support.
A proposal has been voiced for improving the boot experience of Fedora Linux.
A proposal has been submitted for comments that would revamp the way Red Hat's Fedora Linux distribution is developed.
Canonical's decision to develop Mir, their own display server not derived from X11 or Wayland, hit many as a big surprise today. Canonical previously committed to Wayland in a future Ubuntu release but now it turns out that for months they have secretly been rolling their own solution behind closed doors.
At today's Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee, more of the proposed Fedora 19 features were talked about and the Fedora 19 release schedule was ratified. Fedora 19 will not be officially released now until the end of June.
One month after Fedora 18 was released for x86/x86_64 hardware, the "Spherical Cow" is now officially available for select ARM-based devices.
All of the recent features talked about for Fedora 19 were basically approved, including the replacing of the Oracle MySQL server with that of the forked MariaDB edition.
Tonight is the deadline for submitting new feature proposals to be considered for the release of Fedora 19.
As the next chapter after the Fedora 17 vs. Fedora 18 benchmarks for the Red Hat sponsored Linux distribution, here are benchmarks comparing Fedora 18 to Ubuntu 12.10 and Ubuntu 13.04 on two separate PCs.
Aside from new systemd functionality, several other features have been proposed in the past few days for integration into Fedora 19.
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