Fedora 24 Has Been Delayed Once More
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 9 June 2016 at 06:07 PM EDT. 18 Comments
FEDORA --
Today was a Go/No-Go meeting and the Fedora stakeholders have determined the final release must slip by another week.

Due to outstanding F24 blocker bugs, it's been determined to delay the official Fedora 24 release by another week in hopes of being able to clear out the blockers. The next Go/No-Go meeting will happen on 16 January to see if Fedora 24 can then ship.

This now puts the tentative Fedora 24 release date as 21 June. Originally, Fedora 24 was scheduled to ship a month ago on 17 May. At least when Fedora 24 does ship, it should be another quality Fedora Linux release and it's packing many new features.
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