Fedora 23 Met By Another "No-Go" Today
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 29 October 2015 at 02:24 PM EDT. 4 Comments
While Fedora 23 had been running on-time this development cycle while still being a feature-packed release, it's hit some snags at the last milestone. Last week a one-week delay of Fedora 23 was announced for bug-fixing, and now at today's go/no-go meeting, another no-go came up.

While today was a no-go due to a blocker bug being present, Fedora 23 RC7 is currently being spun now and it should take care of this last issue. So for now no additional release delay has been made, but another go/no-go meeting is now scheduled to happen tomorrow to see whether or not Fedora 23 is ready to then release next week. This last blocker bug is quite funny and comes down to this bug of the release notes for Fedora 22 still being present in Fedora 23.

If tomorrow's meeting goes well, Fedora 23 would be released on 3 November. More details via this mailing list message.
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