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Do you want to know when a new version of your favorite project is released? Do you want to make your job as packager easier? If so, this article is for you. It introduces you to the world of release-monitoring.org. You'll see how it can help you catch up with upstream releases. What is release-monitoring.org?...

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The Python developers have released the first alpha of Python 3.8.0 and you can already try it out in Fedora! Test your Python code with 3.8 early to avoid surprises once the final 3.8.0 is out in October. Install Python 3.8 on Fedora If you have Fedora 29 or newer, you can install Python 3....

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Ever wanted to create a HTPC from old computer laying around. Or just have some spare time and want to try something new. This article could be just for you. It will show you the step by step process to convert a Fedora Silverblue to a fully fledged HTPC. What is Fedora Silverblue, Kodi and...

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In a previous article we have seen how to build a “To Do” application using the Django REST Framework. In this article we will look on how we can use Minishift to deploy this application on a local OpenShift cluster. Prerequisites This article is the second part of a series, you should make sure that...

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The current Fedora Logo has been used by Fedora and the Fedora Community since 2005. However, over the past few months, Máirín Duffy and the Fedora Design team, along with the wider Fedora community have been working on redesigning the Fedora logo. Far from being just an arbitrary logo change, this process is being undertaken...

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