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If you're a Fedora user, you're welcome to browse around — see the sub-projects list on the left for some places to start. Or, you may find what you're looking for more quickly at one of these places:
 
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= Looking for documentation? =
 
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Revision as of 08:18, 8 November 2017

Welcome to the Fedora Project Wiki

This space is primarily used as a collaboration tool for our contributor community — developers, packagers, designers, writers, translators, quality assurance, and so on.

If you're a Fedora user, you're welcome to browse around — see the sub-projects list on the left for some places to start. Or, you may find what you're looking for more quickly at one of these places:

Looking for documentation?

Try https://docs.fedoraproject.org/. This includes an overview of the Fedora Project, as well as Release Notes, our Installation Guide, and more.

You might also like Fedora Magazine, featuring often-updated articles of interest to Fedora users from beginner to expert, from Raspberry Pi to the desktop to servers to cloud.

Looking for help?

Try https://ask.fedoraproject.org/, our community-driven question-and-answer site.

Looking to contribute?

Check out http://whatcanidoforfedora.org/, which will guide you to different areas where you can help, and to the people who can help you get started.

Or, just want to get Fedora?

https://getfedora.org/, of course! Download our USB installation media creator tool, get ISO images to burn directly, or click to launch Fedora Atomic Host in Amazon EC2.