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Video: Spotlight on My Fedora

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John “J5″ Palmieri explains how the Fedora community–codename MyFedora–is bringing Fedora users together by integrating self-contained applications into a single framework application. This interface enables Fedora users to see and keep track of what applications other community members are working with.

5 responses to “Video: Spotlight on My Fedora”

  1. John (J5) Palmieri says:

    It should be noted that the name of the project has settled on “Fedora Community” and the MyFedora codename has been deprecated. The wiki link will redirect to the Fedora Community wiki at https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FedoraCommunity

  2. Links 05/04/2009: OpenOffice.org User Survey 2009, Germany Put €500 in FOSS | Boycott Novell says:

    [...] Video: Spotlight on My Fedora John “J5″ Palmieri explains how the Fedora community–codename MyFedora–is bringing Fedora users together by integrating self-contained applications into a single framework application. This interface enables Fedora users to see and keep track of what applications other community members are working with. [...]

  3. In the hopper, no. 392. | The Grand Fallacy says:

    [...] from all the FUDCon euphoria.) Assuming that Moksha makes its debut with the preliminary release of the Fedora Community interaction site, one goal of a summer Boston FAD would be to brainstorm and develop a vision and roadmap for the [...]

  4. Dick Davies says:

    So does this tie into the OpenSocial frameworks at all? Would seem to be doing a lot of the same work.

  5. Máirín Duffy says:

    Fedora Community has now been released! Check it out at:

    http://admin.fedoraproject.org/community