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Fedora Weekly News : Issue 295

Fedora Project welcome you to the Fedora Weekly News(FWN) Issue 295[1].

The live stream of FWN 295 covers few breaking news for the community worldwide. Spherical Cow- the release name of Fedora 18 followed by the most spreading and expecting event FUDCon which will be held in Paris in 2012 & in Lawrence, Kansas in 2013. Meanwhile, the Fedora Board decided that it would be worthwhile to come up with a new procedure for selecting the name for the Fedora 19 release (means future of release names) and beyond to attempt to solve some of the issues that have been brought up. The Board is looking for volunteers on the purposes.

The most attentive news is the newly appointed Fedora Board Member Garrett Holmstrom. There is also a friendly and open call reminder to everyone of the ongoing elections process from May 8th - which was the last day to submit questions to the elections questionnaire. From May 9th, nominations for the Board, FESCo, and FAmSCo will be open, closing on May 15th.

Fedora 17 schedule lists the final change freeze on 2012-05-07 - is the most exploring news in the heart of development list.

Fedora in the news- the Fedora Residence beat of trade press and Fedora Marketing list heavily maintained by Jason Brooks covers the pretty huge news of Fedora Project is naming names. Along with another pictorial coverage entitled Fedora 17 beta review – Miraculously beefy. The readers choice news is Fedora 18 Linux will be a Spherical Cow. More details & link will be found on that specific beat.

Recent issues of FWN are now being published to Fedora Insight[2]. Insight offers RSS features, multimedia capabilities and more, beyond the mailshot/wiki FWN you have come to know and love. Try it out, and we'd love to hear your feedback!

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FWN Editorial Team: Pascal Calarco, Adam Williamson, Rashadul Islam