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  • (Un)bundling, Fedora and Outreachy, Future Budget, Fedora 23 Status, and DNF for building
  • Outreachy internship available

    Here’s a fantastic opportunity in open source for folks from underrepresented backgrounds. The Fedora Engineering team has an Outreachy internship available December 2015 to March 2016. Applications are being accepted at the Outreachy site. The deadline is 1900 UTC Monday, November 2, 2015.

  • In Summary: Flock to Fedora 2015

    Flock is the annual contributor’s conference for Fedora team members. It’s where contributors come together, discuss new ideas, work towards making them a reality, and promote the values of sharing free software. Every year, Flock alternates between a North America and Europe location. This year, Flock 2015 was held in Rochester, New York from August 12th to August 15th. Despite some delayed flights and early morning arrivals, Flock 2015 began on a high note, with Fedora Project Leader Matthew Miller leading a State of Fedora talk as contributors from across the world assembled throughout the day.

  • Fedora 23 Final Freeze

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