Category Archives: community

Weekly roundup 2017 – week 16

Cauldron Not too much to report on the RC ISO testing this week, but that’s a good thing – the classical ISOs are nearly ready and the remaining trivial issues in the Live ISOs should be fixed in the next … Continue reading

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Weekly roundup 2017 – week 15

Infrastructure The sysadmins have done some amazing work to get the remaining servers upgraded to Mageia 5, and some of the major packages we use upgraded as well. The remaining large issue is with the encoding of the upgraded PostgreSQL database … Continue reading

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Weekly roundup 2017 – week 14

Infrastructure So sadly the big news this week is the outage of two of our servers for needed upgrades. The status of the services that are down can be read here. Our sysadmins have been hard at work, already pushing … Continue reading

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Weekly roundup 2017 – week 13

Cauldron The big Cauldron news is that ISO testing for Mageia 6 RC is well under way, new images were generated that will hopefully fix the EFI implementation and some grub config issues. Gnome 3.24 will be available on the … Continue reading

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Donation to Framasoft

When we at Mageia write blog posts and other announcements, we use a collaborative editing tool called Etherpad to draft the text.  In the past, the links to these draft documents were accessible from our mailing list archives and wide … Continue reading

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