Category Archives: Fedora

Flock 2017

Flock formally known as FUDCon was in the US this year. It was the second time for me to travel to another continent to do something Fedora-related. In Spring we went to India to attend nullcon and doing our own … Continue reading →...

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Fedora IoT at Flock 2017

The Fedora IoT talk by Peter Robinson at Flock 2017 was very similar to the one during Flock 2016. There are a lot of new devices supported and new stuff is coming. For the home automation eco-system RS-485, Modbus, and CAN … Continue reading...

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Transform applications into Flatpaks at Flock 2017

The reason why I attended Owen Taylor’s Flatpak talk was to get a little more insight about Flatpak when it comes down to working with RPMs or applications in general. The most obvious way is a container nowadays. We already … Continue r...

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Chemnitzer Linux Tage 2017

Last weekend the Fedora Project was present at the Chemnitzer Linux Tage 2017. This was my last stop during my trip to Nullcon 2017 and the Amrita University. This year’s presence of Fedora at the CLT wouldn’t be possible without the &he...

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Amrita University

Our stop at the Amrita University was the second one our tour. After Nullcon we flew from Goa to Thiruvananthapuram and were driven from the airport to the campus by a local driver. The traffic in India is different to the … Continue reading ...

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Nullcon 2017

Jörg was talking a couple of times in past how great Nullcon was and so I decided to accompanying him this years. Usually I try to avoid all conferences which are not focusing on open source but in front of … Continue reading →...

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Another trip to India

Jörg Simon and I are planning another trip to India in 2017. First stop will be Nullcon at end beginning of March. My guess is that this time we will do the Audit+++ training together. Then we will stay for … Continue reading →...

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Fedora Security Lab 25

The Fedora Security Lab is available now. There are no major changes but all tools are up-to-date again. https://labs.fedoraproject.org/en/security/...

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Package for Fedora and Alpine Linux

Home Assistant ships its own management logic for the dependencies. This works pretty well and keep the dependency tree minimal. Usually it doesn’t make sense to install the binding for X if you don’t use X. The issue here is … Con...

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Flock 2016

Flock 2016 is over for a couple of days now. We (Timea, Gerold, and I) arrived on Tuesday morning. August 1st is a national holiday in Switzerland which makes it hard to catch a flight with a low price. Even … Continue reading →...

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Fedora Security Lab 24

There is a new Fedora release…this means that there is also a new Fedora Security Lab....

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10 years Fedora

So, now I have a FAS account for 10 years....

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Fedora Security Lab Hackfest

There will be a Fedora Security Lab Hackfest at Flock 2016....

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Chemnitzer Linux Tage 2016

CLT 2016 is over…it’s wired that CLT took place right in front of Eastern. So, what to tell about this issue of the Chemnitzer Linux Tage? Fedora was there with a booth. Again, we had a 3D printer and new, … Continue reading →...

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FAD Python 3 Porting 2015

I have a lot of packages in the Fedora Package Collection and 30 % are Python. This was the reason why I participated in the FAD Python 3 Porting 2015. Somethings that I noticed: I was lurking around most of … Continue reading →...

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