Following the guide  I'd like to introduce myself! I'm Jie Kang, a
software engineer at Red Hat. I'd like to write an article for the
Fedora Magazine to introduce a new module in Fedora, Java Mission
Control (JMC). JMC is a powerful analysis tool for the HotSpot JVM and
is able to read Java Flight Recordings produced by the JDK. These two
technologies were open-sourced by Oracle last year and JMC has been
packaged recently for distribution as a module in Fedora . I
I'm interested in writing a short article on how to install the JMC
module on Fedora and use it to analyze running JVMs on the system or
previously created Flight Recordings. Would this be the correct type
of content for Fedora Magazine?
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I'm part of the Fedora Infrastructure team and I want to write articles for Fedora Magazine.
It looks that I actually have rights to write a new article. I just can't find how to create create a Pitch.
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On Wed, 2019-01-16 at 21:27 +0000, WordPress wrote:
> Adding a note from last week's meeting -- I think the consensus was that ZFS
> and a custom kernel (we think that's required?) were not something the editors
> felt we should strongly promote in Fedora, since it means the kernel taint
> flag is set. Can this be rethought with another compression option?
The kernel does not have to be recompiled, but a module (zfs.ko) does. The
module, when loaded, does indeed taint the kernel. Here is the line that
displays in my dmesg output:
znvpair: module license CDDL taints kernel.
There is a "zfs-fuse" package available in the Fedora repositories and a quick
online search appears to show that it can be used to boot a zfs root (
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/zfs-fuse/Pngazp3mALw). But the solution
looks a bit too hackish for my taste.
Here is an explanation of why zfs-fuse package is is allowed in Fedora, but
zfs.ko is not:
Btrfs was mentioned as a possibility, but I am a little weary of it. It looks
like RHEL is also deprecating it:
It looks like there is a possibility that Oracle may someday change the ZFS
My intention at the moment is to hold off on doing netboot pt. 5 and maybe
revisit the issue if Oracle does update the ZFS license.
I'm Clark and would like to contribute to Fedora Magazine. I'm
currently an Architect in Red Hat's Consulting organization and I help
companies implement OpenShift, Ansible, and other Red Hat technologies
into their business.
I've used Linux for a long time (Red Hat Linux 5.0, so late 90's), as
well as a lot of other UNIX systems. I keep a personal blog at
https://blog.deadvax.net/ if you care to see samples of my unedited
I have two questions for the group that aren't clear from:
1. Is it possible to re-publish a post from my personal blog? Of
course, going through the pitch and review cycle to ensure it's
appropriate for Fedora Magazine.
2. If there is a pitch in UNASSIGNED state, can anyone pick that
up? Is the procedure just to drop a note to the list? 
 This may seem like a dumb question, but it's not clear from this
Clark HaleArchitect, RHCA (Cert # 140-062-621)Red Hat Consulting