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Fedora Weekly News Issue 113

= Fedora Weekly News Issue 113 =

Welcome to Fedora Weekly News Issue 113 for the week of December 10th.

In Announcement, we have "Samba Security Updates For FC6"

In Planet Fedora, we have "Talks with Mark: RHM Video", "F8 on the
PS3", "Back from India: FOSS.in", "A good flip-flop: FUDCon Raleigh
2008", "Re-spinning Fedora" and "Succession Planning"

FWN will take two weeks off for Christmas and New Years Holidays. The
next issue will resume on January 7th 2008.

On behalf of Fedora News Team, Happy Holidays!

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   1. Announcements
         1. Samba Security Updates for FC6
   2. Planet Fedora
         1. Talks with Mark: RHM Video
         2. F8 on the PS3
         3. Back from India: FOSS.in
         4. A good flip-flop: FUDCon Raleigh 2008
         5. Re-spinning Fedora
         6. Succession Planning
   3. Marketing
         1. lwn.net: The search for a new Fedora leader
         2. oreillynet.com: Fedora Core 6 No More
   4. Developments
         1. How Should PulseAudio Work?
         2. Two RFCs For Smolt
         3. KDE4: Removable Media Mounting Refused Under GDM
         4. Color Management With Argyll
         5. Multilib Fun With Group* Commands
         6. Policies For Creating SIGs
         7. Erratum
   5. Advisory Board
         1. Fedora Project Leader Succession Planning
   6. Documentation
         1. FDSCo Election In Progress
   7. Security Week
         1. Squirrelmail Compromise
         2. Linux Virus Scanner
         3. The Top 5 Most Overlooked Open Source Vulnerabilities for 2007
   8. Advisories and Updates
         1. Fedora 8 Security Advisories
         2. Fedora 7 Security Advisories
   9. Events and Meetings
         1. Fedora Board Meeting Minutes 2007-12-04
         2. Fedora Ambassadors EMEA Meeting 2007-12-12
         3. Fedora Documentation Steering Committee 2007-MM-DD
         4. Fedora Engineering Steering Committee Meeting 2007-MM-DD
         5. Fedora Infrastructure Meeting 2007-12-13
         6. Fedora Localization Meeting 2007-MM-DD
         7. Fedora Marketing Meeting 2007-MM-DD
         8. Fedora Packaging Committee Meeting 2007-MM-DD
         9. Fedora Quality Assurance Meeting 2007-MM-DD
        10. Fedora Release Engineering Meeting 2007-12-10
        11. Fedora SIG EPEL Meeting Week 2007 Week 50
        12. Fedora SIG KDE Meeting Week 2007-12-11
        13. Fedora SIG Store Meeting 2007-MM-DD

== Announcements ==

In this section, we cover announcements from Fedora Project.


Contributing Writer: ThomasChung

=== Samba Security Updates for FC6 ===

SimoSorce announces in fedora-announce-list[1]

"Fedora 7 and 8 packages are being released but as you may know FC6 has
reached EOL just recently.

As I think this is an important security problem I decided to release
new packages for FC6[2] so that people that have not yet finished their
migration to newer supported Fedora releases can buy some more time.

This is a one off service I felt compelled to release to help people, I
am not going to do regular releases for FC6."

[1] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-announce-list/2007-December/msg00003.html

[2] http://simo.fedorapeople.org/samba/

== Planet Fedora ==

In this section, we cover a highlight of Planet Fedora - an
aggregation of blogs from world wide Fedora contributors.


Contributing Writers: ThomasChung

=== Talks with Mark: RHM Video ===

MarkCox points out in his blog[1],

"Late last month I spent a day with the Red Hat Magazine team talking
about vulnerability response. The first video is now available and
talks about the role of Red Hat in dealing with vulnerabilities in
third party software. The video was shot in my home office which
explains the calming green paint; it's hard to get too stressed in a
pale green room."

[1] http://www.awe.com/mark/blog/200712162208.html

=== F8 on the PS3 ===

JoshBoyer points out in his blog[1],

"There was a last minute regression on the PS3 for the F8 installer
that causes a traceback in anaconda when looking for the video driver.
This is worked around by specifying "xdriver=fbdev" on the command
line. After that, it booted the F8 DVD just fine, and is currently
installing in text mode on my standard definition TV."

[1] http://jwboyer.livejournal.com/18688.html

=== Back from India: FOSS.in ===

LennartPoettering points out in his blog[1],

"FOSS.in was one the best conferences I have ever been to, and a lot
of fun. The organization was flawless and I can only heartily
recommend everyone to send in a presentation proposal for next year's
iteration. I certainly hope the commitee is going to accept my
proposals next year again. Especially the food was gorgeous."

[1] http://0pointer.de/blog/photos/india.html

=== A good flip-flop: FUDCon Raleigh 2008 ===

PaulFrields points out in his blog[1],

"MaxSpevack posted to fedora-devel-announce that we might swap days on
the FUDCon schedule, splitting the hackfest days — Friday and Sunday —
with the BarCamp day on Saturday. This potentially could turn out to
be a great routine arrangement for FUDCon. since now the Saturday
sessions can benefit from being informed by a prior day of hacking.
FUDCon sessions now can be just as much about showing off work
completed the day before, like a progress report for a code sprint, or
the results of brainstorming and prototyping sessions."

[1] http://marilyn.frields.org:8080/~paul/wordpress/?p=882

=== Re-spinning Fedora ===

JeroenVanMeeuwen points out in his blog[1],

"Here's a brief overview of what it takes to seriously Re-Spin Fedora.
Fedora Unity has done so for a long time now, and not just for home
use, but to distribute amongst a larger audience. The reasons we
started and continue to do so are obvious, amongst others:"

"The number of updates available to any freshly installed system (from
officially released media) increases over time and rises up to 2 GiB.
We believe there is no reason why anyone shouldn't be able to have
these updates on the installation media already, thus decreasing the
amount of updates available immediately after installation. This is a
matter of convenience, as well as bandwidth and data traffic;
bandwidth and/or data traffic in some locations in the world isn't as
cheap as you might think, and some of us do not even have internet
-those usually get a Re-Spin via the FreeMedia program or get it from
a friend."

[1] http://kanarip.blogspot.com/2007/12/re-spinning-fedora.html

=== Succession Planning ===

MaxSpevack points out in his blog[1],

"After two years and four releases of Fedora, I would like to be able
to do some other things related to Fedora and/or Red Hat while
allowing someone else to assume the "Fedora Project Leader"

[1] http://spevack.livejournal.com/39464.html

== Marketing ==

In this section, we cover Fedora Marketing Project.


Contributing Writer: ThomasChung

=== lwn.net: The search for a new Fedora leader ===

RahulSundaram reports in fedora-marketing-list[1],

"MaxSpevack, who has led the Fedora project through a period of great
change and improvement, has announced that the time has come to move
on to other (Fedora-related) challenges. So the project is looking for
a new leader. "The Fedora Project Leader is a full-time Red Hat
position, and so we need to go through a full interview process, etc.
None of this is being done ad-hoc or randomly. The Fedora Board is
part of the process, as is Red Hat's CTO and other managers within the
engineering organization and human resources."

[1] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-marketing-list/2007-December/msg00045.html

=== oreillynet.com: Fedora Core 6 No More ===

ThomasChung reports in fedora-marketing-list1[1],

"As of this last Friday, December 7th Fedora Core 6 is no more. With
it goes the last release the Fedora Project had seen the split between
"Community" (Extras) and Red Hat sponsored (Core). Those not
intimately involved in Fedora might be interested to learn that when
the merge happened it was the core packages that ended up having to
follow the former "Extras" packaging guidelines and not the other way
around. Yet another testament to the power of community."

[1] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-marketing-list/2007-December/msg00037.html


== Developments ==

In this section, we cover the problems/solutions, people/personalities, and
ups/downs of the endless discussions on Fedora Developments.


Contributing Writer: OisinFeeley

=== How Should PulseAudio Work? ===

PekkaSavola sought[1] details about how PulseAudio worked after sound
stopped working on his Fedora 8 system following a re-installation.
PulseAudio had worked prior to this reinstallation and Pekka wondered
whether it was a daemon which needed to restarted. KellyMiller
confirmed[2] that it was a daemon which is started in the background
by the desktop.

[1] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00755.html

[2] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00757.html

A detailed explanation[3] by WillWoods outlined how access to the
sound devices is managed by the desktop environment using HAL,
ConsoleKit and PulseAudio.  Will suggested that an upgraded system
might need to use {{{sudo yum groupupdate sound-and-video
gnome-desktop kde-desktop}}} with either of "gnome-desktop" or
"kde-desktop" being omittable if desired.

[3] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00758.html

Some concern was expressed[4] about the latency that results from
redirecting ALSA-using applications through PulseAudio, which in turn
then communicates with ''alsad'', which in turn communicates with the
hardware.  DenisLeroy had noticed the lag in some games. CallumLerwick
recalled that this was because these applications were built using SDL
and OpenAL (common libraries in game programming) and they were unable
to work with PulseAudio directly, so SDL had been hacked to use ESD
which in turn talked to PulseAudio. WillWoods confirmed[5] this and
noted that last April a preliminary driver had been written to allow
SDL to communicate with PulseAudio without any ESD intermediary.
Fedora 9 was mentioned as a possible deadline for this native support
of PulseAudio by SDL.

[4] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00765.html

[5] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00776.html

CallumLerwick rebuilt[6] a version of SDL with the PulseAudio patch
and reported[7] that Second Life and OpenArean worked well, but that
Quake3 displayed some stuttering due to its sampling rate. LeszekMatok
suggested[8] a possible fix for the latter by choosing 44.1KHz
sampling rate.  There also appeared to be an OpenAL dependency on
SDL-devel which needed to be fixed.

[6] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00780.html

[7] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00788.html

[8] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00790.html

NicolasMailhot had to report[9] serious problems playing video
streams. These seemed directly attributable to PulseAudio.  See
FWN#101 "PulseAudio Enabled By Default"[10] and FWN#110 "PulseAudio
CPU Usage"[11] for previous coverage of PulseAudio.

[9] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00793.html

[10] http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue101#head-0d315a00a73ee5ed98c6be6aea97d76e8b515d24

[11] http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue110#head-e00db32c1de9fc07afffbdefa8977262ac9d33c4

PekkaSavola responded[12] to WillWoods that it appeared that the
problem was that he was using XFCE which was not starting either
PulseAudio, or the ESD compatibility wrapper. Will encouraged[13]
Pekka to use one of the startup scripts and deprecated the idea of
packaging up scripts to do this instead of fixing ALSA's configuration
files to only use PulseAudio as the default when PulseAudio has been
confirmed to be actually running.

[12] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00764.html

[13] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00767.html

=== Two RFCs For Smolt ===

A request from YaakovNemoy presented[1] for community consideration a
Privacy Policy in Smolt (the opt-in hardware profiler) and the
integration of ''kerneloops'' with Smolt.

[1] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00739.html

After it was clarified that ''smolt'' was the client program and
''smoon'' was the server which gathered the data StephenSmoogen
suggested[2] that an improved plugin system would help to allow users
choose the amount of data which they wished to share. A basic minimum
would be collected and could be augmented with plugins to collect
additional information.  Discussion moved[3] on to whether a simple
set of booleans configurable on both the ''smoon'' server and the
''smolt'' client was preferable to this plugin architecture.

[2] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00783.html

[3] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00812.html

CallumLerwick expressed[4] a wish for more detailed CPU information
and ChristopherBrown wished[5] that ''anaconda'' would not prompt
multiple times to query whether people really wanted to enable Smolt.
In response to the latter point Yaakov commented that he had not
received many complaints and would like to wait before disabling the
confirmation screen.

[4] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00742.html

[5] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00748.html

[6] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00787.html

EricSandeen requested filesystem information and Yaakov agreed[7] that
this was a desirable piece of information.

[7] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00787.html

=== KDE4: Removable Media Mounting Refused Under GDM ===

A problem with mounting a USB drive while using the new KDE4 was
posted[1] by LexHider.  Lex had reported the problem to
@kde-core-devel and been informed that the problem lay on Fedora's

[1] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00727.html

KevinKofler described[2] some possible interactions between PolicyKit,
ConsoleKit and HAL to help interpret the slightly sparse error
messages.  It was unclear as to whether the two error messages
reported by Lex were the same, but Kevin suggested that
{{{ck-list-sessions}}} would help to debug the problem. It turned
out[3] that Lex was actually using GDM instead of KDM (see also
FWN#108 "KDE Flamewar Warms Up Night Of Final Freeze"[4]) and that
using KDM obviated the problem.

[2] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00729.html

[3] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00733.html

[4] http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue108#head-ed1d4f0d923619912c7df2f7a5d4043ce98aa981

A note from RexDieter drew attention[5] to the work the KDE SIG have
been doing upstream to integrate KDM with ConsoleKit.

[5] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00747.html

=== Color Management With Argyll ===

A happy collaboration between NicolasMailhot and FrédéricCrozat (of
Mandriva) was reported[1] by Nicolas.  Apparently the Argyll monitor
color calibration system is coded idiosyncratically and Nicolas had
done a lot of work re-working it to use standard build tools.
Unfortunately he ran out of steam.  Fortunately he published his work
on his "fedorapeople" blog and Frédéric picked up where Nicolas had
left off. Nicolas had been inspired to build on Frédéric's work and
add some more features.  He requested friendly reviews especially with
regard to PAM, Hal and udev functionality.

[1] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00706.html

DanielBerrange mentioned[2] that he too had found it hard to package
Argyll and promised to look over the packages.  NicolasChauvet
(kwizart) was also interested[3] as he had previously submitted the
''xcalib'' and ''oyranos'' packages.  Nicolas noted that both of these
depended on ''argyll'' for ICC[5] profile creation and hoped that
reviewer attention would fall on NicolasChauvet's packages once
''argyll'' was sorted out.

[2] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00707.html

[3] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00722.html

[4] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00723.html

[5] International Color Consortium. See

=== Multilib Fun With Group* Commands ===

The recurring problem of i386 packages being installed on x86_64
systems got an airing when ChristopherWickert wondered[1] why an
attempt to {{{yum groupinstall XFCE}}} pulled in i386 versions of
''Thunar'' (an XFCE file manager) and xprintf and consequently a
sizable number of other i386 packages in order to satisfy

[1] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00676.html

DavidWoodhouse replied[2] that this was because of bug 235756[3] which
was planned to be fixed in Fedora 9, see FWN#103 "YUM To Get
Configurable Multilib Behavior In Fedora 9 ?"[4].

[2] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00700.html

[3] https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=235756

[4] http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue103#head-68881a9792d1712cc947c99407845a771d1c1422

DominikMierzejewski (rathann) asked[5] if {{{yum install
yum-basearchonly}}} solved the problem, but Christopher
demonstrated[6] that he had no XFCE i386 packages installed and yet
the former command attempted to install i386 packages. He summed up
the situation as "the whole group process seems really broken."
SethVidal asked[7] for a full list of all installed i386 packages and
commented that "groupcommands increase the weirdness since they offer
no arch specification at all"

[5] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00710.html

[6] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00734.html

[7] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00735.html

=== Policies For Creating SIGs ===

In the pursuit of creating an Erlang SIG PeterLemenkov asked[1] what
needed to be done to form a SIG.  HansdeGoede replied[2] that it was
not necessary to pass any formal procedure other than a simple
declaration that the SIG existed.  He cautioned that enforcing
packaging guidelines was a completely different matter however.

[1] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00601.html

[2] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-December/msg00603.html

=== Erratum ===

In FWN#112 "Heads Up: OpenSSL, OpenLDAP Changed In Rawhide"[1], we
indavertently attributed to JesseKeating a suggestion from
AlexLancaster that OpenSSL and OpenLDAP packages should be built in a
systematic way, starting with Core packages. This has been corrected
in the archived version.

[1] http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FWN/Issue112#head-acc8e6ca4162e9ff6e9c81d98fdda48c250eabd4

== Advisory Board ==

In this section, we cover discussion in Fedora Advisory Board.


Contributing Writer: MichaelLarabel

=== Fedora Project Leader Succession Planning ===

This past week on the fedora-advisory-board, MaxSpevack, the Fedora
Project Leader since early 2006, announced that they've begun planning
for someone else to take the reigns of Fedora. Max is very much still
interested in doing work for Red Hat and Fedora, but is looking for
someone else to take the role as the Fedora Project Leader. If you're
interested in finding out more about the succession planning, check
out his e-mail announcement[1].

[1] https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-advisory-board/2007-December/msg00010.html

== Documentation ==

In this section, we cover the Fedora Documentation Project.


Contributing Writer: JohnBabich

=== FDSCo Election In Progress ===

The election for the Fedora Documentation Steering Committee (FDSCo)
is now under way.

The election runs from 14 December until 23:59 UTC on 24 December 2007.

The self-selected nominees for the election are listed at

The rules governing the election are at

Here is a short summary of the voting rules:

 * Voting is open to all contributors in the Documentation Project who
have joined the 'cvsdocs' group in the Fedora Account System.
 * Contributors have up to three votes they can cast for the slate of
nominees, with one vote per nominee.
 * The four top vote receivers serve on FDSCo for 12 months, the next
three vote receivers serve for 6 months.
 * Following this initial election, regular elections are every six
months.  Half of the seats are up for voting each election, first
three seats, then four seats, and so on.
 * We are using the Fedora standard voting software.

If you have not done this, there is still time to get your account so
you can vote:

 1. Go to the account edit page at
 1. Under '''Add new membership''' at the bottom of the page, put
yourself in the '''cvsdocs''' group

The actual voting takes place at https://admin.fedoraproject.org/voting.

== Security Week ==

In this section, we highlight the security stories from the week in Fedora.

Contributing Writer: JoshBressers

=== Squirrelmail Compromise ===
It seems that some of the squirrelmail 1.4.11 and 1.4.12 releases have
been compromised.  The problem only exists in their releases, not in
CVS, which is good.  This is still a rather scary scenario though.


We looked through the version being shipped in Fedora and didn't find
the backdoor, but we will still upgrade to version 1.4.13 for peace of
mind and to reduce confusion.

=== Linux Virus Scanner ===
And what better to end 2007 with than a story about virus scanners on Linux:


=== The Top 5 Most Overlooked Open Source Vulnerabilities for 2007 ===
This story is most interesting, but a little confusing if you don't
understand what Palamida does.


Palamida specializes in inspecting source repositories and finding
embedded source.  A good example of this is projects that like to
include source copies of zlib, rather than linking against a system
version.  It's no secret that there are significant benefits to using
system libraries rather than including your own.  Any project that
includes a copy of an upstream library, needs to track the security
flaws that affect that source.  Most do not do this, which ends up
leaving their users vulnerable.

== Advisories and Updates ==

In this section, we cover Security Advisories and Package Updates from


Contributing Writer: ThomasChung

=== Fedora 8 Security Advisories ===

 * samba-3.0.28-0.fc8  -
 * eggdrop-1.6.18-12.fc8  -
 * phpMyAdmin-2.11.3-1.fc8  -
 * poppler-0.6.2-1.fc8  -
 * mysql-5.0.45-6.fc8  -
 * squid-2.6.STABLE17-1.fc8  -
 * autofs-5.0.2-20  -
 * xfce-mcs-manager-4.4.2-1.fc8  -
 * xfprint-4.4.2-1.fc8  -
 * xfce4-cpugraph-plugin-0.4.0-2.fc8  -
 * xfce-mcs-plugins-4.4.2-1.fc8  -
 * xfdesktop-4.4.2-1.fc8  -
 * libxfcegui4-4.4.2-1.fc8  -
 * xfwm4-themes-4.4.2-1.fc8  -
 * xfce4-places-plugin-1.0.0-2.fc8  -
 * mousepad-0.2.13-1.fc8  -
 * xfce4-modemlights-plugin-  -
 * xfce4-panel-4.4.2-1.fc8  -
 * Thunar-0.9.0-2.fc8  -
 * xfwm4-4.4.2-1.fc8  -
 * Terminal-0.2.8-2.fc8  -
 * xfce4-weather-plugin-0.6.2-2.fc8  -
 * xfce4-notes-plugin-1.6.0-2.fc8  -
 * xfce4-fsguard-plugin-0.4.0-2.fc8  -
 * xfce4-sensors-plugin-  -
 * exo-0.3.4-1.fc8  -
 * thunar-volman-0.2.0-1.fc8  -
 * orage-4.4.2-1.fc8  -
 * xfce4-mixer-4.4.2-1.fc8  -
 * xfce-utils-4.4.2-1.fc8  -
 * xfce4-session-4.4.2-1.fc8  -
 * xfce4-appfinder-4.4.2-1.fc8  -
 * gtk-xfce-engine-2.4.2-1.fc8  -
 * xfce4-icon-theme-4.4.2-1.fc8  -
 * libxfce4util-4.4.2-1.fc8  -
 * libxfce4mcs-4.4.2-1.fc8  -

=== Fedora 7 Security Advisories ===

 * samba-3.0.28-0.fc7  -
 * phpMyAdmin-2.11.3-1.fc7  -
 * eggdrop-1.6.18-12.fc7  -
 * xorg-x11-xfs-1.0.5-1.fc7  -
 * autofs-5.0.1-29  -
 * mysql-5.0.45-6.fc7  -
 * squid-2.6.STABLE16-2.fc7  -
 * libxfcegui4-4.4.2-1.fc7  -
 * xfce-utils-4.4.2-1.fc7  -
 * xfce-mcs-plugins-4.4.2-1.fc7  -
 * exo-0.3.4-1.fc7  -
 * libxfce4mcs-4.4.2-1.fc7  -
 * Terminal-0.2.8-2.fc7  -
 * xfce4-modemlights-plugin-  -
 * xfce4-places-plugin-1.0.0-2.fc7  -
 * xfce4-fsguard-plugin-0.4.0-2.fc7  -
 * xfce4-sensors-plugin-  -
 * xfdesktop-4.4.2-1.fc7  -
 * Thunar-0.9.0-2.fc7  -
 * xfwm4-themes-4.4.2-1.fc7  -
 * xfce4-notes-plugin-1.6.0-2.fc7  -
 * xfce4-weather-plugin-0.6.2-2.fc7  -
 * xfce4-cpugraph-plugin-0.4.0-2.fc7  -
 * xfwm4-4.4.2-1.fc7  -
 * xfce4-session-4.4.2-1.fc7  -
 * xfce4-panel-4.4.2-1.fc7  -
 * libxfce4util-4.4.2-1.fc7  -
 * orage-4.4.2-1.fc7  -
 * thunar-volman-0.2.0-1.fc7  -
 * xfce4-mixer-4.4.2-1.fc7  -
 * mousepad-0.2.13-1.fc7  -
 * xfprint-4.4.2-1.fc7  -
 * xfce4-appfinder-4.4.2-1.fc7  -
 * xfce4-icon-theme-4.4.2-1.fc7  -
 * gtk-xfce-engine-2.4.2-1.fc7  -
 * xfce-mcs-manager-4.4.2-1.fc7  -

== Events and Meetings ==

In this section, we cover event reports and meeting summaries from
various Projects and SIGs.

Contributing Writer: ThomasChung

=== Fedora Board Meeting Minutes 2007-12-04 ===

 * http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Board/Meetings/2007-12-04

=== Fedora Ambassadors EMEA Meeting 2007-12-12 ===

 * https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-ambassadors-list/2007-December/msg00044.html

=== Fedora Documentation Steering Committee 2007-MM-DD ===

 * No Report

=== Fedora Engineering Steering Committee Meeting 2007-MM-DD ===

 * No Report

=== Fedora Infrastructure Meeting 2007-12-13 ===

 * https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-infrastructure-list/2007-December/msg00069.html

=== Fedora Localization Meeting 2007-MM-DD ===

 * No Report

=== Fedora Marketing Meeting 2007-MM-DD ===

 * No Report

=== Fedora Packaging Committee Meeting 2007-MM-DD ===

 * No Report

=== Fedora Quality Assurance Meeting 2007-MM-DD ===

 * No Report

=== Fedora Release Engineering Meeting 2007-12-10 ===

 * http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/ReleaseEngineering/Meetings/2007-dec-10

=== Fedora SIG EPEL Meeting Week 2007 Week 50 ===

 * http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL/Reports/Week50

=== Fedora SIG KDE Meeting Week 2007-12-11 ===

 * http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/SIGs/KDE/Meetings/2007-12-11

=== Fedora SIG Store Meeting 2007-MM-DD ===

 * No Report

Thomas Chung

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