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
I explained in my previous post what and why socialising is good. Now I'm going to explain how to do this. Widgets, buttons & more When it comes about sharing and interaction, the first stop is Themes => Customise. You'll see a screen similar to the one in the screenshot above. Options vary according … Continue reading Go social in WordPress!
A friend of mine has a blog but disabled all kind of interaction with it. Is he insane? Well, no, he simply misunderstood what this is all about. So let's take a look at it. Comments, why and what for Comments are there to permit readers to show interest, support or even add … Continue reading Why sharing is important in WordPress
Fedora is everywhere and its community has many ways to stay in touch. But there's one that has been growing at a fast pace in the last months: Telegram. For those who already have this service, just check the Fedora wiki to see the groups and channels available. The international group is now over … Continue reading Fedora is in Telegram
With a new Translation Sprint coming, let’s see what happened last year’s FAD. Languages The teams with most translated words during the sprint were Czech and Brazilian Portuguese, followed by French, Hungarian and Polish. It’s worth to highlight that Polish had only one translator, Piotr Drąg (FAS: Raven). Software Some programmes had a … Continue reading Fedora 25 after sprint