Four More Changes Proposed For Fedora 25
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 4 July 2016 at 10:23 AM EDT. 8 Comments
FEDORA --
There are more change proposals were sent out this morning on the Fedora developer list with plans for these features in Fedora 25.

The latest F25 change proposals include:

Golang 1.7 - Having the latest version of the Go programming language available to Fedora 25 users/developers.

Automatic Provides for Python RPM Packages - Automatically coming up with the "provides" for RPM packages when packaging Python code.

HTCondor 8.6 - Having the latest version of HTCondor, a high-throughput computing framework.

Ruby on Rails 5.0 - Having the recently-released version of Ruby on Rails available to Fedora 25 developers.

The officially accepted Fedora 25 changes so far can be found via this Fedora Wiki page. Fedora 25 is scheduled to be released on 8 November while the change checkpoint completion deadline is the end of July.
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