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GCC 5 Will End Up Coming To Fedora 22

Earlier this month it didn't look like GCC 5 would be added to Fedora 22 unless the release was delayed and at least week's FESCO meeting, the committee decided not to delay Fedora 22. After this week's FESCo meeting, GCC 5 will now be added as the Fedora 22 compiler while still aiming for a mid-May release.

22 January 2015 - GCC 5 Fedora 22 - 7 Comments
More Changes Are In The Works For Fedora 22

Ahead of evaluation by the Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee (FESCo), more of the planned changes for Fedora 22 are being discussed on the Fedora developers' list. Here's some more of the likely Fedora 22 changes that haven't been covered by our earlier articles on F22 feature work.

20 January 2015 - Fedora 22 Features - 1 Comment
Switching From Evdev/Synaptics Drivers To Libinput On X.Org

With Fedora 22 switching to libinput as its X.Org input driver and others beginning to look at utilizing xf86-input-libinput that uses a shared input library with Wayland, there's some details end-users and developers need to know about the migration.

19 January 2015 - xf86-input-libinput - 14 Comments
Unless Fedora 22 Is To Be Delayed, GCC 5 Might Not Make It

While Fedora developers have been trying hard for Fedora 22 to be released on time and be stricter about time-based releases with Fedora releases currently being notorious for delays, there's already some challenges with the fresh Fedora 22 plans for releasing in mid-May.

14 January 2015 - Fedora 22 GCC5 Controversy - 4 Comments
More Fedora 22 Changes Include A New Default Console Font

There's more Fedora 22 changes now seeking approval for the first Fedora Linux release of 2015. One of the changes would be changing the default console font to one that better supports some languages along with smiley faces and some other glyphs for the terminal.

7 January 2015 - Fedora 22 Features - 7 Comments
The Most Exciting Fedora News Of 2014

Nearly the entire year of Fedora's development was focused around the drawn out Fedora 21 release that finally shipped earlier this month and the larger Fedora.Next initiative, but what topped the year?

27 December 2014 - Fedora Linux - 1 Comment
Fedora Doesn't Yet Enable F2FS File-System Support

While F2FS is a promising open-source file-system looking to live up to its name as being the Flash-Friendly File-System, one major distribution not yet willing to enable it within its kernel is (surprisingly) Fedora.

21 December 2014 - F2FS - 34 Comments
New Features Proposed For Fedora 22

Beyond the potential feature of Fedora's X.Org input stack using libinput, there's been several other features proposed for the next Fedora Linux release.

14 December 2014 - Fedora 22 - 2 Comments
Fedora Might Shift To A Tick-Tock Release Cadence

Inspired by Intel's tick-tock model of processor development cycles in flipping between architecture and manufacturing advancements, Fedora Linux developers are currently considering a similar model in flipping between feature releases.

4 December 2014 - Tick-Tock - 25 Comments

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