Three More Features Proposed For Fedora 24

Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 5 January 2016 at 08:26 AM EST. Add A Comment
A few more features have been proposed for the May release of Fedora 24.

The completion deadline / Rawhide branching / alpha freeze aren't happening until February so there's still a few more weeks left of feature work on this next Fedora linux installment. The latest Fedora 24 feature proposals brought forward include:

Suds Jurko Fork - With this proposal, the python-suds package for this SOAP-based client for Python would switch to using a fork of the project maintained by Jurko Gospodnetić. His fork of Python SUDS has Python 3 support and more modern features.

Sen TUI For Docker - Providing the Sen terminal user interface for managing Docker containers/images from the command-line. Sen allows for interactive management, support for key bindings, and much more. Fedora would be one of the first distributions packaging Sen for Docker.

Cloud MOTD - Fedora Cloud users would receive update details, security information, etc, as their message of the day.

The current list of tentative features for Fedora 24 can be found via this Wiki page. Stay tuned for more Fedora 24 details as this release comes closer to flying.
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