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Fedora 7 - Delayed One Month

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Published on 16 February 2007 01:00 AM EST
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora
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The release of Fedora 7 has now been delayed. This new delay pushes the release of Fedora 7 back nearly a month - from the end of April to now the end of May 2007. None of the upcoming Fedora 7 test releases have yet been pushed back, but now there will be a fourth test release for Fedora 7. By adding a fourth test release, the feature freeze for Fedora 7 will now start with F7 Test 3 (March 20, 2007). This month delay and the feature freeze change is to allow more time for the build-system changes needed for merging the Fedora Core and Fedora Extras repositories along with adding other features on the table for Fedora 7. The revised schedule is available at the Fedora Project Wiki. The development freeze for Fedora 7 Test 2 starts four days from now - March 20, 2007 - accompanied by the release of F7T2 a week later.

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