The project I have been working on for a long time now has seen it’s first (beta) release. Meet Fedora Community, a consolidation of the various Fedora Infrastructure bits into one UI with a focus on usability. The unique thing about this site is that it doesn’t replace the other Fedora Infrastructure bits. It uses them as backends and mashes together the data into one view. For instance you no longer have to go to the bodhi update tool after checking on a build in koji. Instead you simply look at the build tool and if the package is able to be updated you will be presented with the option to do so. It will also point you to the correct log if an error happens in the build.
Right now it is geared towards Fedora packagers but in the future we hope to be adding a lot more functionality. Since the concept revolves around small applications running in a dashboard the possibilities are endless. Think live server status for sysadmins or up to date Fedora news for users. As always, because Fedora stands for Freedom and Community we will be emphasizing upstream collaboration which we owe a great debt for making all of Fedora possible, and Fedora Community’s code will always be licensed under AGPLv3 and compatible licenses.To learn more you can grab the podcasts (in ogg vorbis format of course) or go to our project page. ar de es fr it ja ko pt ru zh-CN ]