Fedora 23 Has Just Been Delayed By One Week
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 22 October 2015 at 02:00 PM EDT. 13 Comments
While Fedora 23 was looking good for doing an on-time release compared to some of their notorious delays of past releases, at the final go/no-go meeting it was decided to postpone the official release.

Due to outstanding bugs in their latest Fedora 23 build, it was decided not to release Fedora 23 but rather postpone it by at least a week. Another Go/No-Go meeting will happen next Thursday to see if it's in shape to be released.

More details on today's Fedora 23 delay via the mailing list.

Fedora 23 was supposed to be released next week on 27 October, but now it doesn't look like it will come before early November. At least when it does arrive, it will be a quality release and is carrying a number of new features.
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