Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 187
for the week ending August 2, 2009.
This week's issue kicks off with updated details on the Fedora 12 (Constantine) schedule, including an update on feature set scheduled for this week.
- From the Fedora Planet, tips on how to create your own system branding when building Fedora, lots of detail on debugging random screen blanking in Fedora, and thoughts on why to hate quick software benchmarking.
- From the Quality Assurance team, details from a discussion around Phoronix's Linux distribution benchmarking in relation to Fedora, fixes to the Test Day live image, and many updates on the weekly meetings related to QA.
- In Ambassador news, a report from the Congress of Free Software in Caracas, Venezuela and the Venezuela Fedora Team's presence there.
- In translation news, several updates to translation.fedoraproject.org, details on the Fedora 12 Translation schedule, and new translations for the Quick Start Guide in eighteen different languages.
- From the Art team, updates on theming Fedora 12 Alpha and details on cutting the Fedora logo on a steel plate.
- This week issue comes to a finale with news on virtualization, including discussion of how to distribute I/O load across guests, and details on new releases of virt-manager, virtinst, and virt-viewer. These are just a few highlights of this week's FWN. Enjoy!
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