Fedora Project Turns Ten Years Old
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 6 November 2013 at 01:02 PM EST. Add A Comment
While we're celebrating today the Steam Linux client turning one year old since Valve's external beta program, the Fedora Project is also celebrating today but its ten year birthday.

This day ten years ago marked the release of Fedora Core 1 Yarrow! The Fedora project was founded in 2002 but it wasn't until 6 November 2003 when the first Fedora Core release happened.

For more details on the Fedora Project turning ten years old, see the Red Hat news and the video below.

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