Fedora 23 Is Now Cleared For Release
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 30 October 2015 at 01:00 PM EDT. 7 Comments
While Fedora 23 failed its Go/No-Go meeting yesterday, at today's meeting this next installment of Red Hat's Fedora Linux was cleared to be released next week.

Fedora 23 RC10 has been promoted to final at today's meeting, per the notes.

Fedora 23 will now be officially released next Tuesday, 3 November. Fedora 23 is in exceptional shape and comes with a variety of new features. I personally look forward to upgrading to Fedora 23 on my main production system once switching over to a Skylake ultrabook.
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