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Mageia Linux - International


Group for all Mageia contributors and supporters, and opened to everyone interested in Mageia.

This group aims at centralizing and helping organizing all the outside contributions for the Mageia project such as artwork, applications and all sorts of stuff.

To get fresh news about Mageia, you can read the recently opened blog at http://blog.mageia.org/.

- Mageia's association's : DONE
- Build system and servers : DONE
SVN accessible at http://svn.mageia.org/
- Mailing-lists : FULLY OPERATIONAL
- Project's logo : DONE (see current logo)
- Development (rolling-release) version name : 'CAULDRON'

Almost all Mandriva communities engaged themselves to join the Mageia project and start working on the project itself for it to take a good start.

At the current time, the association has been registered in France and the project has finally found a home in servers at Marseille. The build system, bug tracking system and all the required mess are now installed and currently working to repackage everything.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask here as that\'s what this group stands for.

Created:Sep 21 2010
Changed:Jan 24 2011
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 i could help...

 by Padster on: Sep 22 2010
Score 70%

i could try to make art for it. idk how good i can make it, but i could try, if you want...


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 Re: i could help...

 by Skiper on: Sep 22 2010
Score 50%

That's as you want. :)

Mageia is designed to be a magic linux based OS, just like Mandrake and Mandriva were. Since there is still no official logo (see the bottom link for proposal), you're free to do what you want concernign art for Mageia.

Logo proposals for Mageia : http://www.flickr.com/groups/mageia-art/

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 by r4iklekker33 on: Sep 24 2010
Score 50%

Started with Breezy Badger in 2005 and been around since.
More than happy to do some testing.
Good luck.

Once youre over the hill youre gonna pick up speed.
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 Re: Mageia

 by Skiper on: Sep 24 2010
Score 50%

Hello and Welcome!

If you wish to help, we have a temporary wiki where people who want to join in can register themselves and insert their emails where they want to help.

This wiki is there to help organizing the project while the final platform is in construction. Another final wiki will replace that one which will contain everything Mandriva Linux's wiki already had, but a massive updating work will be done.

If you wish, you can have a look at http://mageia.org/wiki/doku.php and register your name in the sections where you wish to help and may be contacted by email.

We also have very active mailing lists, currently for discussions and development :

Please feel free to ask if there is anything more you need.

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 by lostintheshell on: Sep 28 2010
Score 50%

Everything came from France is awesomely gorgeous. Especially Mandriva, hope Mageia will have even better unearthly beauty than Mandriva. Without bugs that Mandriva has.

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 Re: :-)

 by Skiper on: Sep 29 2010
Score 50%


I'd like to make a little point here, Mandriva - and now Mageia, isn't only french made. Even if there are french people among the leading board, it is before all the work of people coming around the globe, from France to Brasil, from the UK to the USA, from Mexico, Nicaragua, Spain, Argentina, Turkey, most European union states including the eastern ones, Quebec, and a few more I forgot (shame on me). There are even now two communities that will be born with Mageia : South African and Chinese (that one was in fact born very shortly before the fork so...).

All that to tell that Mandriva Linux - and now Mageia with most of the communities that are following, is not just a french project. There has been really a lot of work from many people in Europe and around the globe. So it's not just french, it's really beyond the borders. I think that's worth mentioning it because Mageia isn't french centred in our mind.

I believe that's not unique to Mageia though, it is pretty much the same for other projects such as OpenSuSE, Mint or Fedora (even tough there may be a lot of work from American employees in that one, there are contributors from everywhere).

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 Re: Re: :-)

 by lostintheshell on: Oct 7 2010
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Ahoy Skiper, relax. What I mean is the Mandriva look and feel, not the developers.

PCLinuxOS is American Linux, even though not all developers live in US.
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 Great opportunity

 by Pawlerson on: Oct 5 2010
Score 50%

Can't wait to test it. I always liked Mandriva, because it had wonderfull KDE implementation. You guys, have great opportunity to make the best KDE distro ever. I can't do much to help right now, but when there will be a test release I'd be glad to test it and help resolving bugs and problems. Best luck and keep the great work!

P.S. Do you plan to release 64bit version?

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 Re: Great opportunity

 by Skiper on: Oct 7 2010
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Thank you very much for your encouragements!

You'll have news on the blog, especially for technical and release stuff.

There should be several test releases once the build system will be ready and the Cauldron updated at a minimum rate. And yes, there will be a 64 bit version, but I cannot be more precise currently.

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 Re: Re: Great opportunity

 by Pawlerson on: Oct 7 2010
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Thank you very much! :) It's great to hear there will be 64bit version as well!

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 Mageia is almost habitable!

 by Skiper on: Oct 24 2010
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There has been some news since last month about Mageia. Feel free to check the Mageia blog's last posts!


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 Re: Mageia is almost habitable!

 by Skiper on: Oct 25 2010
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You can also by the way look at the Nageia Cauldron temporary Wiki. It is intended to be a collaborative platform to start the Cauldron the right way with a proper stategy.

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 Mageia is on the rails!

 by Skiper on: Jan 24 2011
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Mageia is finally up to work.

Repackaging is in progress with the brand new buildsystem that has been installed. All contributors are welcome to participate now in all departments (packaging, translation, and more to come soon).

Read the blog for more information : http://blog.mageia.org/

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