Fedora 23 Is Now Under Its Final Freeze
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 14 October 2015 at 08:40 AM EDT. 10 Comments
As of Tuesday, Fedora 23 entered its final freeze in anticipation of its release later this month.

Now being under the final freeze, only Fedora packages with a fix accepted blocker or freeze exception bugs can be updated. The plan is to officially release Fedora 23 on 27 October.

Details on the Fedora 23 final freeze via devel-announce.

Overall, Fedora 23 has formed into another terrific release and I look forward to updating to it on my main production system once getting an Intel Skylake ultrabook. While there's already been some Fedora 23 benchmarks on Phoronix, stay tuned for more as its release approaches.
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