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Meet our spins.

What is a spin? Fedora spins are alternative versions of Fedora, tailored for various types of users via hand-picked application sets or customizations.

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#1 Design-suite Open Creativity.
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#2 Electronic-Lab Fedora's high-end hardware design and simulation platform.
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#3 Games A perfect show-case of the best games available in Fedora.
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#4 Jam-KDE Unleash your inner musician.
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#5 KDE A complete, modern desktop built using the KDE Plasma Desktop.
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#6 LXDE A light, fast, less-resource hungry desktop environment.
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#7 MATE-Compiz A classic Fedora Desktop. With wobbly Windows.
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#8 Robotics Dive into Robotics.
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#9 Scientific-KDE Open Source Scientific Computing.
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#10 Security Security analysis tools.
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#11 SoaS Discover. Reflect. Share. Learn.
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#12 Xfce A complete, well-integrated Xfce desktop.
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Meet the Spin Community

Chitlesh Goorah, Fedora Electronic Lab

At the very beginning, there was neither the intention for a Fedora Electronic Lab nor its spin. During my post-graduate studies in Micro-Nano Electronic Engineering, I needed VLSI simulation tools. I started packaging the VLSI simulation tools for Fedora, which I needed for my studies. Then MirjamWaeckerlin and my lecturers in Strasbourg, France, encouraged the concept of introducing Application-Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) Design Flows on Fedora, so that they can recommend to other students or use those tools themselves.