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Fedora 15 Just Received Lovelock As Its Codename

It's official: "Lovelock" is the Fedora 15 codename.
3 November 2010 - Yep, It's Lovelock. - 4 Comments

Fedora 14 Officially Released With New Features

"It's here! It's here! It's really here!" Jared Smith, the Fedora Project Leader, has just announced the release of Fedora 14 (a.k.a. Laughlin).
2 November 2010 - Laughlin - 14 Comments

Fedora 15: Lovelock, Pushcart, Sturgis, Asturias?

Earlier this month the Fedora community began proposing names for Fedora 15 with the proposals ranging from names like Malmstrom to Fortaleza and Gutzwiller. The list, however, has now been narrowed down to five potential candidates for the Fedora 15 codename.
25 October 2010 - Or Blarney - 3 Comments

Fedora 15 Might Be Dubbed Malmstrom, Woody

Rather than coming up with the codename for the next Fedora release deep within Red Hat, the community is leveraged with anyone being allowed to propose a potential name prior to these names being reviewed by Red Hat's legal department and the voting on the final name then commencing by Fedora contributors. With this open process, there's also more than a few interesting name proposals with each release. Case in point, Fedora 14 could have been called Fytnargin. With the release of Fedora 14 now being just a month out, name proposals for Fedora 15 have started.
14 October 2010 - Naming Suggestions - 6 Comments

Fedora 14 Beta Is Now Available

Fedora 14 Beta is now available. It features the latest Fedora packages including the improvements to the GNOME 2.32 desktop, Linux 2.6.35 kernel, and much more.
28 September 2010 - Download It Now! - 21 Comments

Fedora 14 "Laughlin" Alpha Released

While there was a delay, Red Hat has released Fedora 14 Alpha this morning, which is codenamed Laughlin. Fedora 14 switches over from Upstart to the systemd sesssion manager, further enhances its Linux virtualization stack, adds support for the D programming language, easy IPMI management, and carries various other features as one of the leading Linux distributions.
24 August 2010 - Many Changes - 17 Comments

Well, Fedora 14 Will Not Ship On Time

Besides features like SystemD replacing SysVInit and a much faster JPEG compression/decompression library, one of the other proposals for Fedora 14 was to actually ship it on time. Red Hat's Fedora project has had a poor track record lately of shipping their alpha, beta, and final releases on time and none of the past five releases at least have actually made it out on their due date. John Poelstra, the Fedora Program Manager, sought to change this with Fedora 14, but the entire release schedule has already slipped.
12 August 2010 - Feature Fail - 28 Comments

As A Feature, Fedora 14 May Actually Ship On Time

Red Hat's John Poelstra who is the Program Manager for Fedora and its "feature wrangler" has proposed an interesting feature today for Fedora 14: to actually ship it on time. The goal would be to not only ship Fedora 14 final according to their release schedule, but the alpha and beta releases too.
30 June 2010 - Possibly - 17 Comments

Is Fedora Going Through More Or Less Power?

Along the same theme of yesterday's article entitled Is PowerTop Still Useful For Extending Your Battery Life? today here are some results showing the power consumption of the past three Fedora releases (11, 12, and 13) from a notebook computer.
27 June 2010 - Is Fedora Power Hungry? - 2 Comments

What Fedora 14 May Look Like On The Desktop

Fedora 13 had just launched a month ago, but work is already underway on Fedora 14. Fedora 14 is expected for release in late October or November, but there are already new packages in Fedora Rawhide and features are being worked on. The theme for Fedora 14 is also being tackled at the moment.
23 June 2010 - Fedora 14 Themes - 7 Comments

Fedora 13 Is Set To Premiere Today

Following a last minute setback, Red Hat is set to release Fedora 13 this morning. Fedora 13 integrates many package updates and new features for this first major update to Red Hat's community operating system for 2010.
25 May 2010 - Fedora 13 Goddard - 16 Comments

Fedora 13 Suffers Last Minute Delay Of One Week

While Fedora 13 was scheduled to be released in one week, that is no longer the case. Red Hat's Paul Frields has announced that due to the blocker bug list not being cleared, the release of Fedora 13 has to be pushed back by one week.
12 May 2010 - Pushed Back - 3 Comments

Thank God, Fedora 14 Is Not Fytnargin

Following a period of Fedora contributors proposing codenames for the release of Red Hat's next community operating system, Fedora 14, voting commenced. Fortunately, the name that's been decided upon is not Fytnargin.
10 May 2010 - It's Called... - 23 Comments

Fedora 14 Might Be Called Fytnargin

As was reported last month, with development on Fedora 13 winding down for a release in two weeks, planning for Fedora 14 has got underway. One of the first steps taken by the Fedora and Red Hat communities is coming up with a new codename for the next release, for which they have been reaching out to the community for in recent times.
3 May 2010 - Do They Make Any Sense? - 8 Comments

Fedora 14 Codenames Come About

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.
21 April 2010 - Mmm Bacon? - 9 Comments

It's Time To Test The Graphics In Fedora 13

Fedora 13 will be officially released next month and while we have already used it in testing out the Nouveau Gallium3D drivers and trying out the new Intel graphics, this week Red Hat is hosting community test days for the graphics stack in Fedora 13.
12 April 2010 - Fedora 13 Test Days - 11 Comments

Fedora 13 Alpha Released With Plenty Of Features

Following a one week delay, the first alpha release for Fedora 13 is now available. The final release of Fedora 13 is not due out until May, but this is the only development release of Goddard before this Red Hat Linux operating system reaches its beta stage.
9 March 2010 - Red Hat Pushes - 8 Comments

Fedora 13 Alpha Pushed Back By A Week

Red Hat's Fedora lives on the bleeding edge of Linux development with many new features going into each release. While this is exciting for Linux enthusiasts and those looking to see the course Linux is on before most of this work ends up in other distributions, postponed releases have become a common occurrence for this free software project. It's tough thinking of a Fedora release in recent times that was delayed at least twice. The first alpha release of Fedora 13 (codenamed Goddard) was going to be due out next week, but that release is now pushed back by a week.
25 February 2010 - Not Surprising - 4 Comments

NVIDIA Has Gallium3D Support In Fedora 13

While it's exciting to have kernel mode-setting, RandR, and EXA / X-Video acceleration for NVIDIA hardware in an open-source driver that is reliable since the mainlining of its DRM code and its adoption in Ubuntu 10.04 and other distributions, Fedora has already employed Nouveau support to various extents in their recent releases.
14 February 2010 - Gallium3D? Yes - 24 Comments

Fedora Rawhide Quickly Switching To Fedora 14

To eliminate having to freeze the bleeding-edge Fedora Rawhide repository once the next release of this free software Linux distribution enters its own alpha/feature freeze, a new development branch has been created so that Rawhide can immediately begin hosting packaged for the next Fedora release. In other words, beginning next week once the Fedora Alpha freeze goes into effect, Rawhide will begin receiving packages that will not appear until Fedora 14. The in-development Fedora 13 packages will move to a new development directory.
11 February 2010 - This Week - 3 Comments

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