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Mageia Trudging on to Release

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The Mageia project is moving on to their initial alpha, now expected sometime in January. They've been busy setting up the infrastructure, developmental and administrative teams, and choosing a permanent logo.

At the beginning of November the Mageia project had many necessary elements almost in place. Mageia is making some further headway according to a recent blog post. The many logo entries have been short-listed and a final decision is expected any day now. There were so many nice entries that this is bound to be a very difficult task.

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