We learn by doing. Open source lets you take things apart and see how they really work--and makes it easy to work together. This month we saw collaboration come to learning: From Red Hat High--a tech camp for teenagers, to an unconference called BarCamp, and on a global scale, One Laptop Per Child.
Red Hat Magazine, Issue #22
We learn by doing. Open source lets you take things apart and see how
they really work--and makes it easy to work together. This month we saw
collaboration come to learning: From Red Hat High--a tech camp for
teenagers, to an unconference called BarCamp, and on a global scale, One
Laptop Per Child.
We did our share of learning, too: Setting up a home web server, and the
latest printing changes for Fedora Core 6. And don't miss the last in
our series' on Dogtail and comparing Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise
Read this issue.
The Kids are Alright
(slide show) (podcast) Red Hat hosted its inaugural technology camp for
teens. How was it? See (and hear) for yourself.
Belly up to the BarCamp
by Bascha Harris
What's new in technical education? Collaboration. BarCamp turns
traditional conferences upside-down. We checked out BarCamp RDU, and
came back with a full report.
How to set up a home web server
by Jeff "Crash" Goldin
Never need your nerdy brother-in-law again. Do-it-yourself network
advice from a guy who has "been there, done that" a million times over.
The little laptop that could
by Julie Bryce
See the latest pictures of the One Laptop prototype and read what people
are saying now.
Fedora Core 6 advances printing
by Tim Waugh
Printing problems? Fedora developers work to make printing seamless for
the upcoming release.
Using Dogtail to automate Frysk GUI tests
by Len DiMaggio
In the final part of our series, we see Dogtail in action. Find out how
to tie it to Frysk to automate your testing chores.
Integrated virtualization lives
(webcast) Virtualization comes to life in this webcast narrated by Joel
Berman. Preview the technology in development for Red Hat Enterprise
The Fedora message
by Max Spevack
The Fedora Project Leader explains how open source extends beyond the
code--and into his life.
The Fedora Project and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, part 4
by Tim Burke
The final installment in our four-part series examining the methods and
motivations of Red Hat's engineering efforts. The final chapter explores
Red Hat Enterprise Linux--from development to release.
In each issue:
* Editor's blog
* Red Hat speaks: Claire Sauls, Director of Red Hat High
* From the inside
o Whitepapers and case studies
o Global events
* Ask Shadowman: You know. For kids.
* Tips & tricks: HP Blades, NFS, and RHN Proxy Server
* Fedora status report
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