I always am amused when a #fedora cookie party breaks out. This is when someone on irc/matrix does a name++ and our bot gives them a cookie (multiple cookies give badges). You can only give each person a cookie at most _once_ per Fedora release cycle. A cookie party breaks out where someone gives a cookie, this reminds others that they should do that and a flurry of cookies are given. Do other communties have things like this happen? :)
Just over 8 hours since NVIDIA drivers were posted on GitHub and we already have over 100 Forks and 15 Pull Requests at the time of this post.
Look how much improvement #Nvidia was missing.
We are at 550 registrations for the Fedora Linux 36 release party — @rie_cat says we can make it to 750! Tell your friends, share the link (and register yourself, of course). Unlike many Fedora events, Release Parties have a user focus (new users, too!)
Impressive, for once media doing a story on a change that was not accepted in #fedora https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Fedora-37-Keeps-Legacy-BIOS
#fedora users out there: after hearing that today we are "NO GO" for Fedora 36 release next week, what do you think?
A fun tale of a rawhide compose bug: https://www.scrye.com/wordpress/nirik/2022/04/21/another-tale-of-a-rawhide-compose-bug/ #fedora #rawhide
A review of the frame.work laptop: https://www.scrye.com/wordpress/nirik/2021/08/29/frame-work-laptop-the-hyperdetailed-fedora-review/
Some thoughts on google chat:
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