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Fedora Tag


Here is the first preview of KDE’s Pl...

May 22, 20142 Comments100 Views

You can now test Plasma Next on your system using this live image of Fedora.


Fedora Project Leader Quits

May 20, 2014No Comments72 Views

Robyn Bergeron, project lead of The Fedora Project for over two years had decided to step down from the role.


Fedora revives transparent gnome-terminals

May 16, 2014No Comments79 Views

Gnome-terminal transparency, which was removed 2 years back, is back on Fedora 20.


Wayland changes approved for Fedora 21

May 10, 20142 Comments92 Views

Wayland changes are approved for Fedora 21 in the weekly FESCo meeting.

You can see 'Application Folders'.

Gnome 3.12 review – work Ubuntu could...

Mar 27, 201423 Comments394 Views

In a nutshell I think Gnome teams have done an incredible job with 3.12 and created a desktop which is extremely simple, extremely secure and


What to expect from GNOME 3.12

Mar 25, 20143 Comments63 Views

After 6 months of hard work, GNOME 3.12 will be finally unleashed tomorrow. Here is a list of what to expect from the newer release.


Developers from Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Su...

Mar 06, 201425 Comments85 Views

US law prohibits developers from Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan & Syria to contribute to US based open source projects?


Want to test out GNOME 3.12 on Fedora?

Feb 20, 201462 Comments87 Views

Richard Hughes, a UK based software hacker for GNOME, has made that possible to test an early COPR instance build of Gnome 3.12 for daring


Gnome 3.12 to be delayed [not] to sync with...

Feb 05, 2014No Comments69 Views

Gnome developers are planning to delay the release of Gnome 3.12 by approximately a week. It’s a deliberate delay to sync the release with the


Future Fedora releases to be nameless, next...

Jan 13, 2014No Comments64 Views

Fedora board decides against naming future releases. Next release expected in August.