thanks for editing and posting my first article about projects in Copr, I really like it :)
I have written a draft for a new article and it would be cool to publish it next week so the articles can come out every other week.
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I would like to pitch a DIY project to show readers how they can
recycle their old computers into a dedicated digital jukebox. The
articles will be in three parts, one article a week, and could be
published before the holidays in December. This is based on the
suggestion for a December audio theme as a Fedora Magazine Editorial -
The articles will use the latest Fedora Server with minimal
installation for the OS. Unfortunately, the reader would need to use
rpmfusion to install software like MPD and faad2 which are not included
in the official Fedora repositories. Would there be any objections to
1. Audio Realtime Priority:
- How realtime processing works and achieving bit-perfect playback by
directing audio processes from source straight-to hardware using ALSA
- How to configure RT priority to achieve low-latency audio performance
by creating a file in /etc/security/limits.d/
- Basic command-line utilities for displaying info about audio hardware
and playback (i.e. alsamixer and aplay)
- Testing for bit-accurate playback with 'cat
2. Installing and Configuring MPD (Music Player Daemon):
- Explaining what MPD is and how it works
- Installing MPD
- Configuring MPD
- Connecting and playing music with ncmpcpp
3. MPD GUI Clients:
- Basic instructions for installing and using popular MPD GUI clients:
- Controlling MPD from a smartphone (finding apps in App Store and
Maybe the DIY projects can be a monthly/quarterly theme? I'm hoping
this idea will encourage and inspire other writers, and invite readers
to submit ideas for DIY projects they might like to see.
I have written a draft proposal on Fedora 27 Atomic Host availability
on Multiple Architectures. Preview of post is available at
https://fedoramagazine.org/?p=19272&preview=true . This post is
intended to be published once Fedora 27 GA release is available.
Note: Download links for Atomic Host ISO and cloudImage in post will
be updated once we have finalized url-
Main motivation towards publishing this post in Fedora Magazine is to
reach out to more users who would be interested in using Atomic Host
on non-x86_64 platforms. Also, sending a positive message that Fedora
cares equally about Multiple Architectures :)
Thanks in advance for reviewing it. Let me know if it fits into Fedora
Thank you Metthew, Yes this would very much work for me. So can I start
writing the 1st article about V-rep and installing it on Fedora? And the
next article can be about it features, dependencies, etc and working with
vrep using any language on fedora.
I am a happy Fedora user and I like to check out the magazine every day
for news in the world of free software.
I am also developer of the Argbash project, which recently made its way
As I think that it is an incredibly useful piece of software, I would
like to inform readers how it can positively influence their lives if
they write non-trivial bash scripts. I have put together an article
stub, so you can check it out and tell me whether I can carry on.
I look forward to your feedback!
Project URL: https://argbash.io
Project source code: https://github.com/matejak/argbash
Article stub: https://fedoramagazine.org/?p=19340