Fedora 25 Goes Into Beta Freeze Today, New Features Need To Be Completed
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 27 September 2016 at 07:07 AM EDT. Add A Comment
Today is a big day along the Fedora 25 schedule and stepping towards its official debut in November.

The Fedora 25 Beta freeze is today ahead of the planned beta release on 11 October. Also very important is today's the 100% code complete deadline for Fedora 25 changes.

Those wishing to look at the Fedora 25 changes and to see what's completed or not, there is the Fedora 25 ChangeSet Wiki page.

More details on this deadline via this mailing list post.

Fedora 25 is scheduled for release on 15 November pending no further delays.
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