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 …

Fedora Engineering internships.

Each summer, Red Hat’s intern program brings in highly motivated and qualified students for a unique, enriching experience. Red Hat internships are demanding, challenging, and fun, just like our full-time jobs. They’re highly selective and (hopefully) highly rewarding for the participants. In the best cases, we find interns who are …

Samsung ATIV 9+ loves Fedora 21 Alpha.

Today I received my brand new laptop, a Samsung ATIV 9+ (model 940X3G-K04), and of course my first exercise was to boot it on Fedora 21 Alpha. This model has the QHD+ 3200×1800 text display with a touchscreen, and a solid state 256 GB storage device. First steps with Samsung …

CVE-2014-7169 updates on Fedora.

CVE-2014-7169 is an additional security issue in the GNU bash shell that emerged after researchers discovered the fixes for CVE-2014-6271 did not completely solve the vulnerabilities they had identified. Fedora Magazine has a very useful story that tells you why these issues are important. Since I already published a story …