Fedora 22 Is Now Under Its Final Freeze
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 12 May 2015 at 09:00 PM EDT. Add A Comment
Today marks the final freeze for Fedora 22 with plans to officially release this Red Hat sponsored Linux distribution update later in May.

Per the latest revised schedule, Fedora 22 is now under a final freeze while the final release of Fedora 22 is penciled in for 26 May, unless any last minute bugs crop up that would cause for the release to be delayed.

Overall, Fedora 22 is looking to be a wonderful successor to Fedora 21 and it's bringing so many new features. In my experiences, Fedora 22 feels even more polished than Fedora 21, is shipping with all of the latest Linux desktop/workstation/server goodies, and all-around should be a pleasant update.

Dennis Gilmore sent out the reminder of the Fedora 22 final freeze today to the Fedora devel-announce list. Stay tuned for Fedora 22 benchmarking and more coverage on Phoronix in short order.
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