Fedora 26 Is Scheduled To Be Released In Early June
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 5 September 2016 at 09:52 AM EDT. Add A Comment
Fedora 26 was originally talked about for a May release, but the schedule approved Friday by the Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee puts it for an early June debut.

FESCo approved the Fedora 26 release schedule with a general availability launch on 6 June 2017, one day after Phoronix will turn 13 years old. Key milestones include a mass rebuild on 1 February, the alpha release on 14 March, the beta release on 9 May, and the final freeze on 23 May.

The current FESCo-approved Fedora 26 release schedule can be found via this ticket. Meanwhile, Fedora 25 is currently slated for release on 8 November.
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