Fedora 28, broken comments, QA goings on…

Long time no blog, once more! Fedora 28 So of course, the big news of the week is that Fedora 28 was signed off yesterday and will be coming out on 2018-05-01. If you examine the Fedora 28 schedule, you will observe that this was in fact the originally targeted date for the release. The […]

wikitcms, relval, fedfind and testdays moved to Pagure

Today I moved several of my pet projects from the cgit instance on this server to Pagure. You can now find them here: (python-)wikitcms relval fedfind testdays The home page URLs for each project on this server – e.g. https://www.happyassassin.net/fedfind – also now redirect to the Pagure project pages. I also deleted some other repos […]

Flock 2015 report, and Fedora nightly compose testing

Hi, folks! I’ve been waiting to write my post-Flock report until I had some fun stuff to show off, because that’s more exciting than just a bunch of ‘I went to this talk and then talked to this person’, right? Fedora nightly compose testing So let me get to the shiny first! Without further ado: […]

Fedlet 2015-08-10 available

So here’s a lil’ pre-Flock present for all you crazy Baytrail-ers – a new Fedlet image. Get your 2015-08-10 while it’s hot, over at the fedlet page. This is pretty much just a rebase of the kernel to 4.2rc6 in an F23 Alpha userland. I built a GTK+ package with a patch from Jan-Michael to […]

ownCloud 8 and Fedlet 22(?) updates

Hi there folks! Between testing and working on my current work-related-ish pet projects fedfind and python-wikitcms/relval, I haven’t had much time for Fedlet or the ownCloud package lately. However, I finally managed to squeeze in a few hours to work on them this week. Fedlet The Fedlet repository now has a 3.20-pre kernel build that […]

It’s a good thing they pay me to break stuff

Had an interesting couple of days deep-diving into juicy issues. Yesterday’s was triggered by me messing up the Fedora kernel package git repository – whoops. I keep Fedlet’s kernel as a branch that only exists in my checkout; it’s not pushed anywhere (I should just push it out on my git server now I have […]

Fedlet 20141124: rotation and backlight on Venue 8 Pro, wifi on T100(?)

Hi folks! Just a quick note that I’ve sent out a new release of Fedlet, my Fedora remix for 32-bit Bay Trail-based tablets like the Dell Venue 8 Pro, Asus T100, and Lenovo Miix 2. The new release, 20141124, can be found on the Fedlet page. It adds sensor-based rotation for the Venue 8 Pro […]

New Fedlet release, 20141111, a tip for KMS on the Venue 8 Pro, and dealing with Fedlet ‘updating’ to Fedora 22

I cut a new Fedlet release today, 20141111. You can get it from the Fedlet page. The big improvement is working internal wifi on the Venue 8 Pro – many thanks to Jan-Michael Brummer for that. It has kernel 3.18rc4, which may possibly help other devices out, I don’t know. It bumps the userland to […]

Fedora 21 Beta, wikitcms/relval improvements, more stupid mediawiki tricks, working on laptops…

I really should blog more, shouldn’t I? Today’s big news, of course, is that Fedora 21 Beta is out! Fedora 21 Beta It was an interesting release to test, with a lot of the practical consequences of the Fedora.next ‘Product-ization’ effort getting shaken out. There are still some fudges and rough bits here and there […]

Fedlet 2014-09-29 released

Hi, folks – announcing a new Fedlet image. sha256sum is aa2f1150e40965471fc2888db6aad7da52d98f36ce1224b630ba5ed99b28fd5e . This has been rigorously tested by me booting it and pressing a few buttons. It’s built on a 3.17 rc6 kernel and Fedora 21 userland. A couple of patches from Jan-Michael Brummer: one to make the ‘Home’ button on the Venue 8 Pro […]