Fedora 22 Alpha Will Be Released Next Tuesday
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 6 March 2015 at 01:18 PM EST. 5 Comments
Fedora 22 is shaping up well for boasting many new features while also making it out on time... While it looked like Fedora 22 Alpha might be delayed, the developers managed to get the blocker issues taken care of and today decided they're ready to release F22 Alpha on time next week Tuesday.

Yesterday it was decided Fedora 22 Alpha was a No-Go but they had a second sign-off meeting today where they determined the changes since yesterday made this alpha build in a condition to be released. As such, Fedora 22 Alpha will be released on time next Tuesday, 10 March.

Fedora 22 has many new features and is shaping up to be even better than the excellent Fedora 21 release. Following the alpha release, a beta release is planned currently for 14 April and the official Fedora 22 release is penned for 19 May. Stay tuned for Fedora 22 Alpha testing/benchmarking next week. Great job to the Fedora developers involved for managing to get out this alpha release on schedule where as with past releases there tended to be several weeks worth of delays due to blocker bugs.
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