Fedora developers are planning to be prompt in offering Java 9 on their Linux distribution via OpenJDK.
Fedora Project Leader Matthew Miller is working on updating the Fedora Project Mission.
While Unity 8 and Mir may be on their way out, Canonical continues backing Snappy and the involved developers have got Snap support integrated into Fedora 24 and newer.
The alpha release of Fedora 26 has finally shipped.
Fedora 26 was set back by a delay last week and today it's been delayed again for another week.
Fedora Workstation 26 will be receiving official AC3 codec support.
For those making use of containers, the Fedora Project has announced its first Layered Image Release.
Fedora 26 Alpha isn't going to make it out on time and has been delayed, pushing back the final F26 already by a second time.
Last month we reported on Fedora 27 looking to drop alpha releases and now that change has been approved.
Fedora is slowly getting ready for sending the Linux 4.10 kernel down the pipe to supported stable releases of its distribution.
In a similar effort to Ubuntu itself not issuing alpha/beta releases the past few years as they focused on the quality of their daily ISOs instead, Fedora developers have been discussing a similar maneuver of beginning to drop alpha releases from their schedule.
GNU C Library 2.25 is set to be introduced in Fedora 26.
Besides approving the Fedora 27 release schedule, the Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee (FESCo) approved GLVND support landing in Fedora 25 as an update.
While Fedora 26 isn't even being released until June, today the Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee (FESCo) has approved the initial release schedule for Fedora 27.
The roll-out of GLVND support in Mesa as a Fedora 25 update was arguably botched, but it's an important feature and is still being discussed.
With the Linux benchmarks at Phoronix there is a wide-range of Linux distributions (as well as BSDs, macOS, and the occasional Solaris and Windows) tested, but the operating system I end up running on my most-important production system is still Fedora Workstation. Recently I was interviewed by Fedora Magazine about my thoughts on the Red Hat backed distribution and more.
The decision to switch Mesa to enabling GLVND support in Fedora 25 as a post-release change has been causing headaches for some users.
Currently when setting up a RAID installation from Fedora's Anaconda installer it's using an LVM on top of MD RAID. But with the Fedora 26 release this summer they are looking at using LVM RAID directly.
There are more fairly last-minute change/feature proposals for Fedora 26.
One of the latest Fedora 26 changes being worked on is enabling TRIM/Discard by default for newly-created encrypted disks via dm-crypt.
Fedora Linux has been pursuing a path of modularity whereby modules provide different software purpose/functionality and are integrated/tested at the module level and a unit of delivery itself. With the Fedora 26 release they are hoping to provide a Fedora Modular Server preview build.
A new spin/flavor has been proposed for Fedora 26, one integrating the LXQt desktop environment.
The Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee (FESCo) approved more features for Fedora 26 at Friday's meeting.
A Mesa update coming down the pipe for Fedora 25 Linux users will see GLVND support enabled by default.
Fedora 26 will likely be using GCC 7 as its default compiler.
Fedora is the latest Linux distribution abandoning the xf86-video-intel driver in favor of the generic xf86-video-modesetting DDX driver.
This year was quite the year for Red Hat's Fedora Linux distribution with the successful launches of Fedora 24 and 25, the later including Wayland-by-default with the Fedora 25 Workstation release atop GNOME 3.22.
A wonderful Christmas present this year for Fedora users is the release of DNF 2.0 and it's joined by the DNF-PLUGINS-CORE 1.0 release.
Fedora 26 feature development is heating up.
With more laptops abandoning DVD drives, USB-based flash drive installers being well supported and widely-used, and CD/DVDs just being far less popular these days, Fedora developers are discussing the future of the official status for optical images in future Fedora releases.
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