While Fedora 23 failed its Go/No-Go meeting yesterday, at today's meeting this next installment of Red Hat's Fedora Linux was cleared to be released next week.
In somewhat of an embarrassing move and indicating that KDBUS likely won't be proposed for Linux 4.4, this in-kernel IPC mechanism is being temporarily stripped out of Fedora.
While Fedora 23 had been running on-time this development cycle while still being a feature-packed release, it's hit some snags at the last milestone. Last week a one-week delay of Fedora 23 was announced for bug-fixing, and now at today's go/no-go meeting, another no-go came up.
Red Hat's Christian Schaller has written another status update concerning the state of Fedora Workstation 23 while also looking ahead to Fedora Workstation 24.
Fedora will be finishing up their System V to systemd unit migration in the months ahead.
Here are some weekend follow-up tests to last month's GNOME 3.18 On Fedora 23: X.Org vs. Wayland Performance article.
While Fedora 23 was looking good for doing an on-time release compared to some of their notorious delays of past releases, at the final go/no-go meeting it was decided to postpone the official release.
Fedora developers have been discussing whether the Wine-powered PlayOnLinux open-source software can be packaged for the distribution.
As of Tuesday, Fedora 23 entered its final freeze in anticipation of its release later this month.
Fedora has updated its packaging policy to allow more software to be bundled in the Fedora repository, but not everyone is happy with this change.
The latest feature proposed for Fedora 24 and should almost certainly be approved is the landing of NetworkManager 1.2.
The Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee has today approved a release schedule for Fedora 24.
Python 3.5 was released earlier this month with new functionality. Unfortunately, Python 3.5 is too late for Fedora 23 but is being planned for Fedora 24.
Dennis Gilmore has just announced the on-time release of the Fedora 23 Beta.
Fedora's latest AMD issues aren't about some Catalyst graphics driver problem, but rather for the few still left using a 32-bit USB installation on an AMD processor.
The beta of Fedora 23 is coming up quite quickly!
A number of Fedora developers have been spending the past several months working on the Fedora Developer Portal.
While Fedora 24 isn't set to be released until H1'2016, developers are already working on getting a NetworkManager 1.2 pre-release into the distribution's archive early.
Fedora Linux is moving ahead with plans to place emphasis on i686 / 32-bit x86 support, but they stopped short of a proposal to outright eliminate 32-bit Fedora 24 ISOs for all spins.
If you're curious what's on the horizon within the Fedora Linux camp, the videos from this year's Flock conference are now available online.
Enabling Blu-Ray video playback support under Linux can be a bit cumbersome, but with the right package repositories can be made a whole lot easier.
The alpha release for Fedora 23 was released two weeks ago while today it's been released for the non-primary AArch64 (64-bit ARM) and POWER architectures.
Rawhide, the name of Fedora's development version and repository, may be restructured and improved as part of an initiative following discussions last week at the distribution's Flock conference.
Besides the recent call to drop i686 from being a primary Fedora release architecture so that i686-specific issues wouldn't be release blockers, the Fedora Server SIG is planning to drop i686 entirely with Fedora 24.
While there is the new proprietary graphics driver PPA for Ubuntu Linux users to grab the latest NVIDIA (and eventually, AMD) binary blobs, for Fedora users there is this separate third-party repository to easily install the newest NVIDIA proprietary drivers.
Fedora's Flock conference started today with a keynote by Fedora Project Leader Matthew Miller. Miller's keynote was about the state of the Fedora Project.
There are some Fedora packagers/developers working towards potentially getting Google's open-source version of the Chrome web-browser, Chromium, added into Fedora.
Fedora 23 Alpha has been released -- on schedule -- and is ready for those wanting to try out the next-gen Fedora Linux experience.
DNF 1.1.0 was released today as the newest version of the Dandified Yum for package management on Fedora systems.
Fedora 23 Alpha is coming next week. Here's a look at some of the new features to find with Fedora 23.
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