A quick look at the latest Fedora
Fedora opens the spring fashion season with a bold new release. We took a look at the latest collection.
Like many of the major Linux distributions, Fedora never seems to keep on schedule. Following the lead of Ubuntu and Suse, Red Hat  postponed the release date for the next generation of Fedora, but the Fedora Core ISO images finally hit the mirrors on March 20. New Logo, New Cards Fedora Core 5 surprises users with some new artwork, including a bubbly design and the new Fedora logo: a symmetric “f” on top of a blue infinity sign. As the creators of this new Fedora logo explain, the “f” is embedded in a speech bubble representing the voice of the community. Stretching the metaphor, the “f” supposedly stands not only for Fedora, but also for freedom . Some skeptics may see this attention to the symbolism of the logo as Red Hat’s answer to the perceived lack of openness in the Fedora project itself.
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