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Old 20th June 2017, 07:12 PM
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Planet Fedora

This site provides international news about Fedora. While mostly in English, there are also Spanish and French postings.

Today there is an excellent two Must read articles within http://fedoraplanet.org/

I consider them interestingly enough to recommend them here.
Visit PlanetFedora and enjoy.
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Old 20th June 2017, 11:28 PM
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Re: Planet Fedora

moved to Fedora Focus
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Re: Planet Fedora

.....thanks.
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Re: Planet Fedora

It's interesting what people post on planet Fedora and Fedora Magazine and shows to some extent how fragmented Fedora Project is at times.

The spins are supposedly official but at the same time generally ignored for press releases written by Red Hat Employees, sent to the likes of Softpedia and Fedora Project Announcement Press Release creators who write a one liner about them as an after thought to the main 'flavours'. Apparently therefore it is up to the Spin creators to do their own releases and marketing. BUT they have to apply for permission to use Fedora branding if posting anything in the public domain. You'd think as official Spin Creators that permission would be implied but apparently not.

Also, the fragmented layout of the get fedora website, labs website and spins website adds to the appearance of a very dis-jointed community. Workstation is the default BUT the Fedora Project should shout about the official alternatives to this DE if they really consider them official spins. They seem to be officially supported for bugs and updates etc. but for everything else a grey area and only applies when it suits.

Spins are created by Fedora Project User Community Contributors and it's abundantly clear Red Hat do not care to be associated with anything other than GNOME (Wayland).

therefore to stop alienating existing users and losing potential new users, SIG groups need to communicate much better with Fedora Project, Fedora sub-projects, and pool resources when new pre-releases and releases are available so that everyone is singing from the same song sheet and a uniform brand web page style sheet is applied across the board to keep a professional image and minimise confusion.
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