Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 235
for the week ending July 21, 2010. What follows are some highlights from this issue.
- Announcements from the Fedora Project starts us off, with news on an extension for paper submissions to UTOSC 2010, a reminder about the upcoming Fedora 14 feature freeze next week, and great coverage of various discussion from the Fedora user list.
- From the Quality Assurance team, coverage of discussion on moving bug reports upstream, results of the first automated Rawhide acceptance testing, and discussion of two alternative ways to cover boot menu functionality in the release criteria.
- In Translation news, an update on Fedora 14 tasks for the team, details on work on the L10n QA template for F14, and a couple Publican-related items.
- In Design team news, a new design bounty and details on review of the fedoraproject.org content and future redesign.
- Security Advisories completes this issue of FWN with Fedora 12 and 13 security-related patches this past week. Enjoy!
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