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rPath Documentation Status Update

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There are many changes on the horizon for rPath Documentation. One of the things that team docs here has known for a while is that the rPath wiki is a fantastic tool to leverage for documentation. It’s quick. It’s easy. It allows engineers to contribute directly to the wiki. It allows community members to contribute […]

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Foresight Linux and Conary Part I

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People flat out do not understand anything about Conary. What I hear the most: Why another package manger? Isn’t there already too many of these out there? Why use Conary when I can apt-get? Apt-get is soooo much better. Dpkg gives you sooooo much more than anything could possibly give you. Conary is still beta […]

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Foresight KDE Alpha3

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NOTE: For clarification purposes…this is not an official release. It is only accessible to developers. It is called Foresight KDE Alpha3 because it is based on the underlying architecture in Foresight Gnome alpha3 release. For those of you with developer status or above on the Foresight Linux project, there is a KDE build available for […]

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Empowering the Linux Community

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From a Linux Developer point of view, when users are no longer developing with you…you’ve lost. Empowerment is key to a successful community in Linux. The day the community is no longer empowered to improve is the day the distribution dies. What kills empowerment? Helplessness. Despair. Inability. As an example, a user might not like […]

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