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[News] Fedora Linux Gets New Leader, Design Bounty Ninja

  • Subject: [News] Fedora Linux Gets New Leader, Design Bounty Ninja
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2010 21:55:45 +0100
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Jared Smith is the new Fedora Project Leader

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| A leadership change is always momentous, 
| and the Fedora Project is no exception to 
| this rule.  I wanted to share some thoughts 
| about being the Fedora Project Leader, tell 
| the community about the person who will be 
| taking over that role soon, and to let you 
| know what to expect over the next few weeks 
| and months.


Introducing Fedora Project Leader Jared Smith

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| Every Fedora release provides an 
| opportunity for renewal and change. Our 
| recent release of Fedora 13, which is being 
| hailed by many as one of our best releases 
| ever, is no exception. As we embark on 
| another exciting development cycle, we also 
| have the opportunity to renew the 
| leadership of the Fedora Project as part of 
| our commitment to change and evolution. In 
| July, Jared Smith will join Red Hat as the 
| new Fedora Project Leader, taking over the 
| role from Paul Frields.


First Fedora Design Bounty Ninja identified!

,----[ Quote ]
| Congratulations, Jef, on a job well-done! 
| By the way, Jef is a second-year industrial 
| design student from the Netherlands, and 
| this was his first contribution to open 
| source. Also worth noting, Jef has since 
| taken on two other design tickets as well 
| as worked on some mockups for Design Hub, 
| so he is whooping some serious behind (or 
| skulking stealthily about with a Gimp 
| katana or Inkscape nunchucks at the ready, 
| as ninjas prefer to do)!



Fedora 13 May Support Btrfs System Rollbacks

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| Fedora 12 was just released this week, but
| features for Fedora 13 have been in
| planning long before this release made it
| out the door. In fact, it was last month
| that we began talking about features for
| Fedora 13. One of the features though that
| has just been proposed for Fedora 13 is
| rather interesting and that is system
| rollback support via Btrfs file-system
| snapshots.


Intel Linux Graphics Shine With Fedora 12

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| Lastly, we have the results from Urban
| Terror. Fedora 12 was the clear winner here
| where it offered much better performance
| than 10 and 11. In fact, the frame-rate for
| Urban Terror in Fedora 12 was doubled of
| where it was at in Fedora 11.

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