PulseAudio is still awesome.

PulseAudio is an indispensable part of my Fedora Workstation. While PulseAudio may have detractors, my experience has been all good. Most sound problems I’ve seen come down to one of the following: Bad drivers at a lower layer (not PulseAudio’s problem) Bad hackery in the distro (ohai *buntu) People parroting years-old Internet “wisdom” …

Fedora under construction?

Fedora’s quality makes complacency easy. But in truth, we’re always under construction — or we should be. You could call that constant disruption by different names. Risk positive. Forward leaning. Embracing change. Since inception, Fedora was intended to avoid the status quo. So what’s next for shaking up said status? …

Another new Fedora team member.

I’m excited to tell you about another* new addition to the Fedora Engineering team. In mid-April, Laura Abbott joins our kernel team. She comes to us most recently from Qualcomm. Her projects there included memory management and debugging support. She’s also a regular contributor to the Linux kernel upstream. Laura will …

New addition.

I’m proud and pleased to announce that Adam Miller is joining the Fedora Engineering team in mid-April, as our new release infrastructure guru. Adam is not new to our community — he’s been involved in Fedora for a number of years. He also has a long history of working on …

Fedora kernel engineer.

Red Hat has an immediate opening for a full-time engineer to join the kernel team in Fedora Engineering. This job will work with Josh Boyer and Justin Forbes to maintain and improve the kernel in Fedora, and participate and contribute to upstream development and testing. This job interacts with the Fedora team and community, the …