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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/teamsilverblue/status/1310828472898670592]You might already know that we are getting close to the Fedora 33 release, and with Silverblue you can already try it out with:

$ rpm-ostree rebase fedora:fedora/33/x86_64/silverblue

and reboot.

If anything bad happens…

$ rpm-ostree rollback

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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/devconf_cz/status/1309175765154631681]The 2021 # # is open!

Whether you‘re a 1st time speaker or seasoned pro, we welcome submissions from across the # #. Share your passion & knowledge in open source & become part of this virtual experience.
Submit your talk: devconf.info/cz

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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/fatherlinux/status/1309581738398621696]For those trying to check out the latest Podman on RHEL, CentOS Stream is a good place. Just a reminder, the supply chain looks like this:

Fedora -> CentOS Stream -> RHEL

Podman 2.0.5 is available to evaluate

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# 33 # is GO

"[…] will be shipped live on Tuesday, 17 March 2020 [more likely to go live on Tue 2020-09-29 afaics] […]"

\o/

Details: lists.fedoraproject.org/archives/list/…

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# 33, here I come – as usual, I'm switching a bit before or after the beta comes out, which often is about the same time when a new Gnome is expected soon or recently got released (in this case it's the latter).



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/mattdm/status/1300915973495689217]If @Lenovo offered an AMD Ryzen ThinkPad (similar to the T14) with # Workstation preinstalled in the next year, would you buy it?[/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/Sesivany/status/1299606427481317376]This feels satisfying after all the work. @Lenovo sells laptops with @Fedora on their website. \o/
And as a bonus # contributors get a sizable discount!

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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/fedora/status/1297873167386632193]The # # is coming to Fedora Workstation in Fedora 33. Find out what that means to you in this Magazine article: fedoramagazine.org/btrfs-coming-t… # #
Btrfs Coming to Fedora 33
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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/RedHat/status/1295329764429959168]Develop, deploy and manage applications consisting of # alongside #, all in one modern # platform—with # @OpenShift 4.5—now with # Virtualization. Learn more: red.ht/31PG1dv # + #

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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/RedHatEMEA/status/1295348915462647809]Introducing # @OpenShift 4.5—now with OpenShift Virtualization—a new platform that enables organizations to bring standard VM-based workloads to #. Get the details: red.ht/31PG1dv # + #

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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/RedHat/status/1295361502032072707]# @OpenShift 4.5 addresses the needs of both # who are unfamiliar with #, as well as expert # developers seeking maximum flexibility. Learn more about the latest updates to our developer portfolio: red.ht/30R4H5Z # + #

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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/knurd42/status/1293477513109344256]Cool: "[…] We intend to continue providing security fixes for 10 years from # 8’s May 2019 release date […] In the near future, we will be distributing the runtime and SDK under terms similar to the Red Hat Universal Base Images (#). […]" #[/bookmark]





[bookmark=https://twitter.com/rhatdan/status/1290332386853625856]One of the best engineers I know, @redhat's, @gscrivano went home over Christmas Holidays and created crun. An OCI Runtime that allows containers to run with cgroup V2 and experimentation with lots of cool features. @openshift @ibm Read More about it: [/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/ofalk/status/1289425629264457729]# 2.0 takes # integration further and auto-updates help to make managing containers even more straightforward. # by @vlntnrthbrg @rhatdan [/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/RedHat/status/1288097252041469956]Now available: # Enterprise # 8.3 beta, delivers production stability plus enterprise innovation. Get the details: red.ht/306aSmf #

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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/kernellogger/status/1288067859684433922]"[…] would randomly crash […] fully occupied with disk activity […] update to the latest # […] one difference: the UI did not become completely uninteractive […] # the Budget Fair Queue block scheduler […]" # #

people.kernel.org/linusw/bfq-sav… (by Linus Walleij)

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