Recently had to use Fedora to clone a Nintendo switch’s MAC address to register it with a hotel captive portal. Thought it would be an interesting article. The pitch is at:
IIRC even when Fedora 28 has been released you had the same issue.
The one big "learn more" button in GNOME Software, when you see the Fedora 29 upgrade being offered, goes to this site:
And yet again, what waits is just a 404 error page. Seriously, this is really a no-go. :)
The Live Share article is ready for review. Although I think we don't want
to publish it. I had the good idea to check the Live Share plugin source
code and it I found out that it is not open source :( so I don't think we
want to publish this article.
I had to make a post-publication edit to our most recent COPR article.
It wasn't clear before publication that one of the included repos
included material not eligible to redistribute. (Thus making it
ineligible also for COPR.)
I talked to the COPR folks as well as the author and took steps to
remove it from the article. I included an editors' note with an
apology for the issue. Thanks to the COPR folks as well for acting
swiftly. In the future, let's make sure that included repos are
By the way, COPR has a function where you can make a report if you
find material there that doesn't belong -- like software that is not
eligible to redistribute.