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Archive for November 2010

Get juiced with Pulp!

There’s a fairly new free software (GPLv2) project you might be interested in. As Jason Dobies mentioned, it’s nice and juicy. It’s called Pulp and it essentially makes managing software and updates on multiple systems a much simpler, less time-intensive task. Pulp is aimed at folks who manage many systems, whether they are desktops, servers, … Continue reading

Fedora Installation User Experience Improvements & Syslinux

Over the past couple of days I’ve been working with the Anaconda team trying to figure out how provide a better experience in syslinux. This is a work-in-progress, but here is some of the background, discussion that’s taken place so far, and where things are at currently. Background So we’ve been wanting to revamp the … Continue reading

Fedora Board Meetings, 12 & 15 Nov 2010

The Fedora Board meeting schedule works as follows: Every Monday, the Board will meet via phone at 2 PM Eastern time (1900 UTC atm). Every other Friday (the next one is this Friday, 12 Nov), the Board will hold a public ‘office hours’ style questions & answers session in #fedora-board-meeting at 2 PM Eastern time. … Continue reading

Fedora Board Meeting, 8 Nov 2010

Just as a quick reminder, the Fedora Board has been following a new schedule over the past month or so. This new schedule works as follows: Every Monday, the Board will meet via phone at 2 PM Eastern time (1900 UTC atm). Every other Friday (the next one is this Friday, 12 Nov), the Board … Continue reading

Linux Plumber’s Conference Day 1

Yesterday I attended the Linux Plumbers’ Conference in Cambridge, MA. State of the Kernel First there was an opening talk by Jonathan Corbet, which was a report on the current state of the kernel. Some take-aways I got from the talk is we have about 1100 kernel developers currently, 300 are very active, and the … Continue reading

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