Fedora Linux is built on the foundations of Freedom, Friends, Features, & First

The three elements of the Fedora mission are clear:

  • The Fedora Project always strives to lead, not follow.
  • The Fedora Project consistently seeks to create, improve, and spread free/libre code and content.
  • The Fedora Project succeeds through shared action on the part of many people throughout our community.

The Fedora Project's core values, or Foundations, are Freedom, Friends, Features, & First. Read more about them here: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Foundations

A key component of this is our Community. This community, which you will join as an participant in Google Summer of Code, is creating a platform that supports the work of a diverse audience. Your contributions can affect people you've never met in situations you've never dreamed of. The Fedora community includes software engineers, artists, system administrators, web designers, writers, speakers, and translators -- all of whom will be happy to help you get started.

Full project description available here: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Overview

We believe that all contributors should be excellent to each other. By creating an environment for constructive contribution, we can more effectively and successfully compare and challenge different ideas to find the best solutions for advancement, while building the size, diversity, and strength of our community.

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Fedora Project 2017 Projects

  • David Silva
    Continuous monitoring system for source code weaknesses
    Developing software is a creative activity, and being carried out by humans is subject to defects. There are types of defects that can occur in a...
  • Ilias Stamatis
    Developing administrative tools for 389 Directory Server
    The 389 Directory Server is an enterprise class LDAP server, used in businesses globally to authenticate and identify people. A python administration...
  • Mandy Wang
    GSOC: Migrate Plinth to Fedora Server
    Plinth is a web interface to administer the functions of the FreedomBox which is a Debian based project, and the main goal of this idea is to make it...
  • Sahil Budhwar
    Patternfly Frontend Pattern Development
    The goal of this project is to provide web components to users based on Patternfly patterns.
  • squimrel
    Persistent storage for the Fedora Media Writer
    Allow any user to keep the changes he does when he's booted into the live system across reboots.
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