Fedora 27 Scheduled To Be Released On Halloween

Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 10 February 2017 at 02:27 PM EST. 14 Comments
While Fedora 26 isn't even being released until June, today the Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee (FESCo) has approved the initial release schedule for Fedora 27.

The approved schedule has the F27 branching from Rawhide on 25 July, a possible alpha release on 22 August, the beta release on 26 September, the final freeze on 17 October, and to do the official Fedora 27 release on 31 October. The approved Fedora 27 schedule can be found via this FESCo ticket.

At today's FESCo meeting they also approved Fedora 26 changes of separating sub-package and source debuginfo, enabling TRIM to be passed down to encrypted disks, producing a minimal container image, LDC compiler update, OpenSC, making sudo pip safer, GNOME 3.24, Kerberos KCM credential cache is to be enabled by default, enabling the SSSD fast cache for local users, and a Python Classroom Lab spin is approved.

Details on today's meeting via the FESCo minutes.
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