The new FAmSCo election guidelines

After months of – sometimes controversial – discussion I am happy to announce the new FAmSCo election guidelines. For those of you, who did not follow the discussion, here is a brief summary of the three most important changes: More continuity Instead of electing all seats once a year, we follow the example of the […]

SELinux madness

I usually keep my VM’s in /home, because unlike /var it’s a separate partition and has plenty of free space. As I am also using SELinux, I want to set proper file contexts (even if /home is unconfined, I just want to do it right.) # semanage fcontext -a -t virt_image_t „/home/libvirt/images(/.*)?“ # semanage fcontext […]

Board goals 2011 retrospective and what we can learn for the future

The Fedora Board had a meeting on Friday as part of FUDCon Blacksburg and one of the topics we dicussed were the strategic goals the board agreed on last year. The top three ranked ones were: Improve and simplify collaboration in the Fedora Community Improve and encourage high-quality communication in the Fedora Community It is […]

Announcing the Kolab Server 2.3.4

This time we had a short cycle and only a few updated packages, but I really wanted to get the 2.3.4 release out the door. It fixes not only the annoying build error that affected many people but also includes another fix for the Range header DoS vulnerability in the Apache webserver. Security updates apache: […]