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Welcome to you, new reader of MUFFIN, the magazine of the french users, imperfect but necessary.
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Welcome to you, new MUFFIN reader, the Fedora magazine for French speaking users. Why MUFFIN? In French, MUFFIN means "Magazine for the Users of Fedora who speaks French, Imperfect (the magazine... not the users), but Necessary (again, the magazine).
  
It takes a long time to make this first issue but it is a great pleasure to present it to you today.  
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Even if it took a long time to make this first issue, it is a great pleasure to introduce MUFFIN to you today.  
  
This issue it is certainly imperfect. I don't know any perfect magazine, even less at the publishing of its first issue. The redaction team is pretty young and it is sure that errors escape to our attention.  
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This issue it is certainly imperfect. I don't know any perfect magazine, even less at the release of its first issue. The redaction team is pretty young and it is sure we missed some errors.  
  
This magazine it is inevitably necessary, for me, for several reasons:  
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From my point of view, this magazine is more than necessary:  
* The first one is the development and the promotion of the Free software. Of course this magazine is Fedora oriented but one of the first goals of the Fedora Project is the promotion and the development of the Free software. Even today, I'm surprised when I see the amount of people, even inside of the Fedora community, who don't get the ins and outs of the Free software.  
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* The first reason is the development and the promotion of Free and Open Source Software. Of course MUFFIN is Fedora oriented but it sticks to the first goals of the Fedora Project: promotion and the development of FOSS. Even today, I'm surprised when I see the amount of people, even inside of the Fedora community, who doesn't get the ins and outs of FOSS.  
* The second one is the development of the Fedora community. If the [french] forum is really active and the [french] documentation is pretty complete, sometime I have the felling that the community doesn't realize the importance - and the responsibility - it have. Promotion, translation, QA are so many sub-projects which lack of people.  
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* The second reason is the development of the Fedora community. If the [French] forum is really active and the [French] documentation is pretty complete, I sometimes have the feeling that the community doesn't realize the importance - and the responsibility - it bears. Promotion, translation, quality assurance are so many sub-projects which lack some many people.  
* Third and last reason, the promotion of the Fedora Project. The promotion of the project have to be done on two levels. At an internal level, to explain to the community members how the project work and what (and why) are the decisions that have been taken. At an external level, to promote this wonderful project. Indeed the promotion of this distribution is the most of the time minor and is eclipsed by other project.
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* Third and last reason, the Fedora Project promotion. It has to be achieved on two distinct levels. On the one hand, from an inside level, to explain the community members how the project works and what are the decisions that have been taken, and why. On the other hand, from an outside level, to promote this wonderful project as a whole. Indeed the promotion of Fedora as an operating system is most of the time minor and eclipsed by other projects.
  
So, after the discover of the Mandriva magazine Magnum, I take part to this project and I take its leadership. I am really proud of what we have done and I want to thank all the redaction team for the work it provide.  
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So, after we discovered Mandriva magazine - i.e. Magnum, I involved myself into this project and I took its leadership. I am really proud of what we have achieved and I want to thank all the redaction team for the work it provided.  
  
I hope that you will take as many pleasure to read this magazine as we have taken to realize it.
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I hope you will enjoy reading this magazine as much as we enjoyed creating it.
 
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Auteur / Éditeur : MatthieuGautier

Welcome to you, new MUFFIN reader, the Fedora magazine for French speaking users. Why MUFFIN? In French, MUFFIN means "Magazine for the Users of Fedora who speaks French, Imperfect (the magazine... not the users), but Necessary (again, the magazine).

Even if it took a long time to make this first issue, it is a great pleasure to introduce MUFFIN to you today.

This issue it is certainly imperfect. I don't know any perfect magazine, even less at the release of its first issue. The redaction team is pretty young and it is sure we missed some errors.

From my point of view, this magazine is more than necessary:

  • The first reason is the development and the promotion of Free and Open Source Software. Of course MUFFIN is Fedora oriented but it sticks to the first goals of the Fedora Project: promotion and the development of FOSS. Even today, I'm surprised when I see the amount of people, even inside of the Fedora community, who doesn't get the ins and outs of FOSS.
  • The second reason is the development of the Fedora community. If the [French] forum is really active and the [French] documentation is pretty complete, I sometimes have the feeling that the community doesn't realize the importance - and the responsibility - it bears. Promotion, translation, quality assurance are so many sub-projects which lack some many people.
  • Third and last reason, the Fedora Project promotion. It has to be achieved on two distinct levels. On the one hand, from an inside level, to explain the community members how the project works and what are the decisions that have been taken, and why. On the other hand, from an outside level, to promote this wonderful project as a whole. Indeed the promotion of Fedora as an operating system is most of the time minor and eclipsed by other projects.

So, after we discovered Mandriva magazine - i.e. Magnum, I involved myself into this project and I took its leadership. I am really proud of what we have achieved and I want to thank all the redaction team for the work it provided.

I hope you will enjoy reading this magazine as much as we enjoyed creating it.