Fedora 26 Alpha Has Been Delayed
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 16 March 2017 at 07:59 PM EDT. 8 Comments
Fedora 26 Alpha isn't going to make it out on time and has been delayed, pushing back the final F26 already by a second time.

Fedora 26 Alpha was deemed "No-Go" today over blocker bugs still being open. The current F26 Alpha bugs can be found here.

Fedora 26 Alpha won't be released next week as planned but instead will be delayed to at least 28 March. As of writing, the Fedora 26 Schedule hasn't yet been updated for this latest delay, but it means that Fedora 26 likely won't be released until at least 20 June.
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