Last Monday I gave my first online talk/class. You can read about it in this article in Fedora Magazine. It was streamed on Youtube in Fedora Channel and you can see the recording there. My voice sounds horrible, way worse than what I thought, and way too loud. I'm truly sorry for that, because [...]
Riot has now a RPM-based client, so anyone willing to install it on Fedora can do and it's compatible with F28, F29 & F30. Riot also has versions for OpenSuse Leap & Tumbleweed and for RHEL and CentOS. More info, check their Github repository: https://github.com/taw00/riot-rpm
If you're into video editing, whether professionally or amateur, and you prefer to use Open Source tools, here's an article for you. Although is aimed to Fedora users, Pitivi is available in about all Linux distributions. https://fedoramagazine.org/edit-your-videos-with-pitivi-on-fedora Hope it's useful to you, and thanks for reading!
Do you know what Fedora Silverblue is? No? Then find it out here! https://fedoramagazine.org/give-fedora-silverblue-a-test-drive
If you want to contribute to Fedora but you haven't skills or experience enough to package or add code/patches, you can contribute with testing. You can set testing repositories for your whole system or just for one or two packages you're interested in. In this articles is explained how: https://fedoramagazine.org/contributing-fedora-testing-packages