The Fedora Project has announced
Fedora 11 alpha release, complete with the requisite doggerel poetry.
It is definitely early-stage software, but the announcement helpfully notes
that it "should boot on the majority of systems." This is a good chance
for those who are interested in the upcoming Fedora release to help find
Fedora has also brought in Adam Williamson
as a community liaison. "I am working for Red Hat as of this Monday. I
have been hired into the Fedora QA team essentially to drive community
involvement in the Fedora QA process. RH - and, to put a more personal
touch on it, Jay Turner, who's responsible for Fedora QA - felt that
Fedora could really benefit from more community involvement in the QA
process, so my role is to try and help develop that." Adam
previously did community work for Mandriva.
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