Fedora 22 Beta To Be Released Next Week
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 16 April 2015 at 03:41 PM EDT. 5 Comments
The release of the Fedora 22 Beta was delayed last week due to outstanding blocker bugs. Fortunately, those issues have been cleared up and F22 Beta can now be pushed out next week.

At today's Go/No-Go meeting concerning the Fedora 22 Beta, the Fedora QA, Release Engineering, and Development teams all gave the go ahead to ship this next test version on Tuesday, 21 April. Confirmation of Fedora 22 Beta can be found via the Fedora devel-announce list.

Fedora 22 Alpha was already in great shape so I can't wait to test out this beta release. Fedora 22 is still planned to be officially released by the end of next month. There's many new features to Fedora 22 and it's shaping up to be even better than the Fedora 21 release of last year.
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