Auke Slotegraaf writes: "Earlier in February, a nova erupted in Scorpius, and then flared up to naked-eye brightness.
It is still (Feb 22) visible, and can be seen in the morning sky before sunrise.
Then on the 19th, a second nova erupted, just 3 degrees away from the first!
It is currently visible in binoculars.
It is still unclear how bright the second one may become, but chances are we will
have TWO naked-eye novae a cosmic hair's breadth apart!
A finder chart of the two novae is at
sufehmi writes: "After almost losing his data because of a minor update from Fedora, ESR finally call it quits. In his posting on fedora-devel@, he lambasted on the purist attitude of the Fedora project, while losing touch with the reality.
I've moved away from Fedora once I realized that security updates are not going very well for older versions, endangering my computers; especially after the Fedora legacy project folded up.
Personally, I think it's possible to find a middle-path; where a Linux distro is both free (as in freedom) and Just Works (tm) for your average John Doe."