Counting packages in Fedora with Modularity

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I wrote an article about Modularity for the Fedora Magazine and I used some numbers there: “At the time of writing — out of the 49,464 binary RPM packages in...

OSCAL 2019 trip report

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OSCAL (Open Source Conference Albania) is an annual conference in Tirana focused on software freedom, open knowledge, free culture and decentralization. And ...

Red Hat Summit 2019 – event report

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Red Hat Summit is an annual conference for Red Hat customers, partners, and open source contributors. I was part of the Community Central space, specifically...

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Flock 2017 was awesome!

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Flock is a Fedora contributors’ conference happening every year, alternating between the US and Europe. And this year it was a more action-oriented than in p...

DORS/CLUC 2017 event report

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DORS/CLUC is a regional open source software conference in Zagreb, Croatia. It happens every year at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, tar...

Modularity update – sprint 30

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The Fedora Modularity team already publishes sprint reports on the Modularity YouTube channel every two weeks. But this format might not be always suitable –...

Fedora Modularity Documentation

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Wiki pages are great for collaboration. But they are not that great in getting people’s attention. They can also become pretty messy and hard to navigate tro...

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Copr in the Modularity World

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Copr is a community build service in Fedora that enables anyone with a FAS account to build their own RPM repositories. This post explains how we can use Cop...

Flock 2016

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Last week, I visited the Flock 2016 conference in the beautiful city of Krakow. And it was brilliant!

Refreshed Look of Fedora Developer Portal

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I have just deployed a new version of Fedora Developer Portal. The most visible part is refreshed look with more uniform layout. I have also compressed all t...

Copr is a great place for contributors

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We have recently moved our code to GitHub, and we support a local development environment using Vagrant – which means, that collaboration have never been eas...

Fedora 24 chroots in Copr + bonus

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Yesterday, Miroslav added fedora-24-i386 and fedora-24-x86_64 chroots to Copr. Chroot for powerPC will be added soon and will be announced on the copr-devel ...

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Fedora Developer Portal – prototype

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I wanted to try an interesting project called Jekyll – a static page generator. It consumes content in textual form like Markdown or Textile, Liquid template...

Copr, Dist Git and Patternfly

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As in the last year, July, for some reason, happened to be a great time to post some news about our Copr Build Service. At this time, it’s about integrating ...

Fedora Developer Portal

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I’m starting a new project called Fedora Developer Portal. It would be a new place for developers looking for information about stuff that is packaged in Fed...

Copr got a new logo

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This is just a quick update about our beloved build service. Yes, after long time of service, Copr got it’s own logo! Thanks to Klára Šimíčková for her first...

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Adam’s blog has just started

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Hello people of the world and welcome to my new tiny blog which I’ve just started today! My name is Adam Šamalík and I’m a student at the University of Techn...

Copr update – new features in July 2014

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Copr is an easy build service for Fedora which can make you your own repo very easily. I have been contributing to this project since March 2014 and this mon...

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