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Fedora Announces The Moksha Project

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Published on 19 January 2009 09:26 PM EST
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora
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While Red Hat has been working steadfast on developing Fedora 11 (codenamed Leonidas), today they have announced a new Fedora project. Moksha is a new project of theirs and it is described as "a generic platform for creating live collaborative web applications." Moksha is currently made up of a set of Python and JavaScript APIs designed for web developers.

The first project using Moksha is Fedora Community, which is supposed to be a portal for Fedora users and developers to collaborate and better engage with one another. More information on the Moksha Project and Fedora Community can be found in the Red Hat mailing list announcement. Additionally, there is also the Moksha page.

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