Richard Fontana takes a look at the new contributor agreement Fedora is planning to adopt: "A little over a month ago, the Fedora Project announced a plan to replace the existing Fedora Individual Contributor License Agreement (FICLA) with something new, which we've imaginatively titled the Fedora Project Contributor
Fedora Linux has not typically been closely associated with the business world. That realm was instead the purview of Red Hat (NYSE: RHT), which sponsors Fedora as a community project and uses it as a proving ground for technologies that often later appear in Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Fedora Project welcomes you to the Fedora Weekly News(FWN): Issue 296.
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The 2nd Annual Top 50 Cloud Services Providers survey ends today (Friday, April 27). Complete the survey, available on Talkin’ Cloud (The VAR Guy’s sister site), and your company could be ranked among the world’s top CSPs in the Talkin’ Cloud 50. The survey is open VARs and MSPs that generate revenues from cloud-related projects and services.
Ten years ago today, Bill Nottingham announced the release of Fedora Core 1 to the newly minted Fedora Announce list. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Fedora, were going to be doing a monthly series of retrospectives and features about the Fedora Project starting with a look back at Fedora through the eyes of the Fedora Project Leaders(FPLs).
Update: Apple has reached out to us to let us know that there’s nothing new about these surveys, and that they’ve been running them since the launch of the first iPhone. The nature of the questions change depending on what’s new in each generation, but that’s the only difference in terms of their content.
Dear Fedora fans, it's time to celebrate 10 years of Fedora Linux, as ten years ago, on September 23, 2003, Michael K. Johnson announced the birth of the Fedora Project, which produces the Fedora Linux operating system.
The Fedora Project is now celebrating 10 years of existence and Linux distributions with funky and interesting names and features. The latest Fedora 20 hasn't been released yet, but that doesn't mean we can't celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Fedora project.