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Hi, we have a contributor who posted a modified logo with fedora-ve
text in it.
Is it valid to do such modifications? I dont want to punish him but
certainly he has a point on localizing the logo somehow.
What's the policy in this case? To encourgae him to make it "the
right" or not to modify it at all ?
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On the second of Nov. 2006, Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth will be
in Beijing to attend the Ubuntu Edgy EFT release Party. He will give a
talk to encourage more Chinese to use Ubuntu.
If I remember right, RHAT has an office in Beijing. Are those guys
As I am the one started the topic of release party in Beijing and it
seems there is no ambassador in mainland China, I'd thus stand up to
be one and help promoting Fedora in China. I studied in Beijing for 5
years, my friends and classmates are currently working in all kinds of
big companies across the country. Worth mentioning, current Chinese
president and a bunch of other high officials also graduated from
I'm now completing my degree in Cambridge, UK.
"So to conclude, I won't bore you with a deeper usability and
performance review of this proud and shiny new piece of OSS engineering,
since you can find much more elaborate ones all over the Net (1, 2) but
I'll soon post about my further toying with Fedora through a native FC5
to FC6 upgrade on x86 architecture with my home file/media/LAMP server."
"To conclude, previously I would not have recommended Fedora to anyone
outside of the RedHat centric. This time around, I could honestly say
Fedora would be a consideration for any experienced Linux user. I'm
still not about to suggest someone cut their teeth with it, but if
Fedora keeps up in its current direction, that might not be far behind.
Great job to everyone on the Fedora Core team! I'm impressed. "
Fedora Core 6 was finally released last week. Based on a few early
reviews and first impressions on mailing lists, the Fedora development
team has once again done a fantastic job. Many users have been impressed
by the graphical configuration tool for Xen virtualisation, as well as
the ability to add third-party repositories during installation. Most
RPM repositories were especially quick to update their packages for
Fedora Core 6 and provide instructions for configuring the yum package