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Planet Fedora 是一个 Fedora 贡献者用来展现 Fedora 社区热情的分布式的交流工具。贡献者们将他们自己的 博客 和 Planet Fedora 连接起来,通过博文的方式向 Fedora 社区展现他们想法和个性,以及分享当前所从事的社区工作。


Planet 是一个表达多种想法的地方。并不是所有的想法都要求是具有正面宣传意义的;一些想法是可以有保留的或者批评的,甚至可能会挑起一些精神上或情绪上的反应。但是,所有发布在 Planet 上的内容必须能体现我们促使 每个人都变得优秀 的社区承诺。以下列表包含了 Planet 上不允许内容的样例,因为他们降低了让人们为社区做贡献的积极性。


尽管 Fedora 项目的贡献者都会以建设性和和平的方式解决问题,被认为是不适宜的内容依然可能会在无事先通知的情况下从 Planet 移除。

我们的贡献者有着各式各样的背景和观点。我们不想对未来可能的贡献者附加不必要的约束。这些类型的图片会造成人们对于 Fedora 社区持续的负面效果。并且,这些成年人的题材并不适于我们社区中的所有人。因此他们不适宜在 Planet 上出现,不管是有意的还是作为其他内容的参考。
Fedora 项目一直恪守所传自由软件和内容。我们鼓励创新、使用和重用能体现我们价值观的内容,比如共创协议的内容。我们要求所有贡献者遵循内容创造者的知识产权,并协助我们鼓励自由内容。
如果您在 Planet 上遇到按照此指南明显不适宜的内容,请在 IRC Freenode #fedora-websites 频道 告知我们,或者发邮件至Fedora 网站管理员

如何加入 Planet

Read the guidelines first.
Before you join the Planet, you need to understand a few simple guidelines on what's appropriate to post there. Please read these guidelines on appropriate material before you aggregate your blog.
  1. As a Fedora contributor you must have a Fedora Account System (FAS) account, have signed the contributor agreement (CLA), and be a member of at least one other group in FAS.
  2. Start by logging in to your account. You must be using the SSH key that you uploaded into the FAS, and your userspace is created the first time you log in:
  3. Note: It may take an hour for the server to sync your uploaded public key and repeated attempts to log in will cause your IP address to be banned, so be patient.
  4. Figure out, or set up, the category specific feed for your blog that will contain information relevant to the Fedora Planet.
    Category, label, or tag recommended
    Please use a category, label, or tag on your personal blog to feed to the Planet, rather than your whole blog. This allows you to mark posts that are interesting for the Fedora community. Here are some specific instructions for making a category or label and finding your correct URL:
    How to provide a category specific feed using WordPress
    How to provide a category specific feed using Blogger
    How to provide a category specific feed using Blogspot
  5. Create a file named .planet in the root of your home directory on The contents of the file follow the pattern below. In the brackets [ ], use the URL for the category specific feed from the previous step.
    name = Your Name
    face =

    The first line in brackets is the URL of your category specific RSS/RSS2/Atom feed, not your blog's URL.

    The next line is your name as you want it to appear on the aggregator.

    The final line is optional and is the complete URL to your hackergotchi or personal icon. There should be no spaces or tabs preceeding ANY of the above lines in your .planet file. You can have more than one entry in your .planet file - just add another one in the same format.

    Summer Coding section
    To add your blog to the Summer Coding section of the Planet, the procedure is the same, but the file must be called .planet.summer-coding instead of .planet.


Hackergotchi are avatars, or personal symbols representing people, used on Planet aggregators. Often a hackergotchi is a "floating head" edited from a recent photograph, but it might be a cartoon or another symbol. To learn more, create your own hackergotchi, or have the Design Team create one for you, have a look at the Hackergotchi page.


Feel free to email admin at for help.

Here is a small screencast illustrating the steps needed to create and upload your own .planet file:


If you have found a bug, please send an email to the Websites team including a description, screenshot (if you have one), browser name and version, and OS.


We have put together a test matrix for the Planet's look and feel across browsers and platforms. Feel free to take a look at it, or help us to expand our coverage.