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After one year of waiting, Fedora 21 is still on track to be released this Tuesday, 9 December.
7 December 2014 - Fedora 21 - 5 Comments
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
Fedora 21 has cleared its final Go/No-Go meeting so that it can be released next week.
4 December 2014 - F21 - 1 Comment
Fedora 21 is due out in a few days and as such I've been busy extensively testing and benchmarking this first Fedora Linux update in a year. To not much surprise given the close package versions to Ubuntu 14.10, Fedora 21 isn't performing very differently from the Ubuntu Utopic Unicorn.
4 December 2014 - Fedora 21 - 5 Comments
With the official Fedora 21 release due out soon and the release candidate being available this weekend, I ran some basic performance benchmarks comparing the speed of Fedora 21 64-bit to that of Ubuntu 14.10 on an Intel Xeon workstation.
30 November 2014 - Intel Xeon Tests - 3 Comments
The first release candidate to Fedora 21 is now available for testing ahead of its official release next month.
28 November 2014 - Fedora 21 RC1 - 14 Comments
While Fedora is working to migrate over to Wayland by default, the X.Org Server won't disappear anytime soon for legacy X11 application support and other purposes. With Fedora 21 and going forward, Fedora is likely to be getting in-place X.Org Server updates upon new releases.
17 November 2014 - xorg-server - 8 Comments
It looks like Fedora 21 will go into its final freeze tomorrow and hopefully allow Fedora 21 to be released as planned in early December.
17 November 2014 - F21 - 12 Comments
While no imminent switch is planned, Red Hat's Fedora Linux distribution in a few releases may move away from Mozilla Firefox as the default web browser.
16 November 2014 - Firefox - 53 Comments
Fedora developers are looking at requiring all files that be placed in /usr world-readable.
14 November 2014 - World-Readable - 17 Comments
If your packaged Fedora application is to be included in Fedora 22's "Software Center", it almost certainly is going to need to be supplying AppData.
7 November 2014 - AppData - 48 Comments
Fedora 21 is now available in beta form following its latest delays. Fedora 21 is still hoped for in official form next month and continues to be shaping up to potentially the best Fedora release ever.
4 November 2014 - F21 Beta - 24 Comments
While Fedora 21 Beta is coming next week, if you're wanting to upgrade early to the Fedora 21 packages, it's advised right now against using Fedora's upgrade utility (Fedup) unless you want to potentially trash your system.
1 November 2014 - Fedora 21 - 60 Comments
While Fedora 21 Beta was delayed, today it received the go ahead to be released next week Tuesday.
30 October 2014 - Fedora 21 Beta
At the beginning of today I wrote how the Fedora 21 Beta was pushed back but just by one day. Now after another Go/No-Go meeting today, Fedora 21 beta and all subsequent deadlines have been pushed back by one week.
24 October 2014 - Another Week - 22 Comments
While the Fedora 21 Alpha release was challenged by multiple delays that put it back one month, the delays aren't over yet. At yesterday's first Go/No-Go meeting for the Fedora 21 Beta, it was determined that the beta release isn't quite ready yet.
24 October 2014 - F21 - 7 Comments
The Fedora KDE SIG has put out new packages for the recent releases of KDE Frameworks 5.3 and KDE Plasma 5.1.
17 October 2014 - KDE 5
While we're still likely at least months out from the official release of Fedora 21, I've been running it a lot since last month's F21 Alpha release and it's been working out very well. Fedora 21 is easily shaping up to be the best Fedora release yet and the stability/saneness of the development packages is also a charming change compared to some of the more notorious Fedora releases of the past.
16 October 2014 - Fedora 21 - 26 Comments
Going back to 2009 with Fedora 11 has been delta RPM support to enable support with Yum for these packages that just contain the differences between one installed RPM version to the next version. With Fedora frequently pushing down new packages, delta RPMs have allowed those in bandwidth-constrained environments to more easily download updates since the file sizes of the deltas tend to be significantly smaller than full RPMs. Additionally, it's placed less of a burden on the Fedora infrastructure by having less disk space and bandwidth requirements. However, with DNF it looks like Fedora could revert to going back to full RPMs for distribution of updates.
6 October 2014 - Delta RPMs - 25 Comments
While some having been thinking that Fedora developers might enable the Btrfs file-system by default in Fedora 22, that doesn't appear to be the case. Fedora is unlikely to see Btrfs by default until at least Fedora 23.
5 October 2014 - Fedora 23 - 40 Comments
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