Fedora 27 Now Under Its Final Freeze

Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 17 October 2017 at 04:50 PM EDT. 2 Comments
Today marks the final freeze for Fedora 27 with hopes of shipping the official release soon.

Only being permitted to land in the F27 repository until the official release will be accepted blocker bug fixes and feature freeze exceptions.

Fedora 27 is currently hoped for release on 31 October but may be 7 November or later if blocker bugs end up pushing back that release. Unfortunately, bug delays are quite common among Fedora releases.

Confirmation of today's freeze can be found via the devel-announce list. The current F27 schedule can be found on the Wiki.
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