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Fedora 14 Codenames Come About

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Published on 21 April 2010 08:40 AM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora
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Fedora 13 will be released in less than a month and as such work for Fedora 14 is already gearing up. One of the first signs within the Fedora community that a new release is soon coming is the usual codename proposal period. Last night Red Hat announced it is looking for suggestions for the Fedora 14 codename.

So far the potential candidates for the Fedora 14 codename include Guiness, Scofield, Bhanji, Kingsley, Astro, and Bacon. However, there's still six days left to voice your input on this Fedora Wiki page.

The Fedora community will then be voting on the name for Fedora 14 in early May and its codename will then be officially announced on the 11th of May. Fedora 13 was codenamed Goddard while earlier releases were called, Constantine, Leonidas, Cambridge, Sulphur, Werewolf, Moonshine, Zod, Bordeaux, Stentz, Heidelberg, Tettnang, and Yarrow (Fedora 1).

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