Fedora 18 Has Been Delayed Once More
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 5 January 2013 at 12:27 PM EST. 34 Comments
Fedora 18 has been delayed by one week following a Go/No-Go meeting on Thursday.

Fedora 18 has been riddled by delays after originally supposed to having been shipped last November, but there was a multitude of delays that pushed it into 2013.

The latest plan is to release Fedora 18 on 15 January, per this email message. Another Go/No-Go meeting will be held next Wednesday.
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