It's Getting Time To Try Out Fedora 23 Beta
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 16 September 2015 at 12:49 AM EDT. 5 Comments
FEDORA --
The beta of Fedora 23 is coming up quite quickly!

Planned for release next Tuesday, 22 September, is the Fedora 23 Beta. This Thursday will be the Go/No-Go meeting to decide if the F23 Beta is ready for release or needs to be pushed out for another day.

Following this beta is then the final freeze currently scheduled for 13 October and the Fedora 23 final release for 27 October.

If you're a Fedora tester and want to get your hangs on the near-final F23 Beta right now, released tonight was the F23 Beta RC1. If you have the time and extra systems, give Fedora 23 Beta a go and report your results to the Wiki.

The changes that made it for Fedora 23 can be found on this page while there will be more Phoronix articles and tests/benchmarks as the Fedora 23 release approaches in October.
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