Fedora 21 Alpha Finally Coming Next Week
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 18 September 2014 at 06:46 PM EDT. 1 Comment
FEDORA --
The alpha release of Fedora 21 is finally happening next week! Fedora 21 Alpha was originally scheduled to ship in early August.

Fedora 21 was delayed many times from the alpha release and all future milestones. Fedora 21 originally was supposed to ship in October but now it's not being released until at least early December. The good news though is that for the F21 Alpha release, it's finally happening next week Tuesday.

At today's Go/NoGo meeting for the Fedora 21 Alpha release, all teams signed off on the release candidate of the alpha version and as such it's cleared for release on Tuesday, 23 September, per today's meeting minutes.
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