Fedora 19 Will Have Another Unique Codename
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 08 November 2012 at 09:55 PM EST. 8 Comments
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After the codename proposal period for Fedora 19, the list of potential codenames for this next Fedora Linux release have been narrowed down by Red Hat and now it's time to vote for the official name.

Fedora contributors are able to vote for the Fedora 19 codename, which comes down to:

- Cubical Calf
- Higgs Boson
- Loch Ness Monster
- Martian Blueberries
- Newtonian Dynamics
- Parabolic Potassium
- Schrödinger's Cat
- Tiddalik

Those able to vote for the Fedora 19 codename know the usual spot to go. All of these names are rather unique and follow the tradition set by the Spherical Cow and Beefy Miracle releases for unique names.
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