Fedora 27 Isn't Ready For Release, Fedora Modular Server Pushed Back To December
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 26 October 2017 at 08:32 PM EDT. 8 Comments
FEDORA --
Open blocker bugs are preventing Fedora 27 from being released next week.

Even after the Fedora 27 Beta delays, developers were trying hard to get F27 out on time, but that simply isn't going to happen this cycle. At today's Go/No-Go meeting, they decided it will be delayed at least one week.

There are still a few open blocker bugs and as such will have another meeting next Thursday to see if it's ready for release at that point.

This now puts the planned release date for Fedora 27 at 7 November, assuming next week all issues get resolved.

With Fedora 27 they have also been aiming to get a Fedora Modular Server release out of that new modular design for Fedora Server. Fedora Modular Server 27 isn't even up to beta yet due to delays. Today the modular server was struck with its third delay which will now push back the official Fedora Modular Server 27 release back to mid-December at the earliest.

See our Fedora 27 feature overview for more of what to expect from this next Linux distribution update.

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