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The latest version of the NEST simulator is now available in Fedora as part of the NeuroFedora initiative.  NEST is a standard tool used by computational neuroscientists to make large scale computer models of the brain  that are needed to investigate among other things, how the brain processes information. The NEST Eco-system NEST offers a...

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This week is the first annual Fedora Appreciation Week. As an extension of the How Do You Fedora? series, this article presents how past interviewees appreciate Fedora. The Fedora Project defines four common values that it encourages all contributors and community members to uphold. Those values are known as the Four Foundations. One such value, Friends, represents...

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Selenium is a great tool for browser automation. With Selenium IDE you can record sequences of commands (like click, drag and type), validate the result and finally store this automated test for later. This is great for active development in the browser. But when you want to integrate these tests with your CI/CD flow it's time to...

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On November 6, 2003, Red Hat announced Fedora Core 1, the first software release of the Fedora Project. This announcement marked the beginning of a collaborative project between Red Hat and its user community. A history lesson The Fedora Project traces its roots to a community-led project called fedora.us. Fedora is a community project to...

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We all have files on our computers — documents, photos, source code, you name it. So many of them. Definitely more than I can remember. And if not challenging, it might be time consuming to find the right one you're looking for. In this post, we'll have a look at how to make sense of...

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