Fedora 22 Marches Closer To Release
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 21 May 2015 at 08:56 AM EDT. 13 Comments
Fedora 22 is scheduled to be released next week but for that to happen there's still a number of blocker bugs that need to be addressed. The second release candidate of Fedora 22 Final is now available for those wishing to stress this major update of the Red Hat sponsored Linux distribution.

Mike Ruckman announced the Fedora 22 Final RC2 release last night for testers. Spins are available for all major flavors and results are being collected on the installation, Fedora 22 Base, Fedora 22 Workstation/Desktop, Fedora 22 Server, and Fedora 22 Cloud.

On the final bug list for Fedora 22 there's seven accepted blockers, three proposed blockers, three proposed freeze exceptions, and 24 accepted freeze exceptions.

Fedora 22 is overall looking fantastic and I'm quite happy about its release in the near future and look forward to eventually upgrading to it.
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