Fedora 21 Is Doing Its Final Freeze Tomorrow
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 17 November 2014 at 02:42 PM EST. 12 Comments
It looks like Fedora 21 will go into its final freeze tomorrow and hopefully allow Fedora 21 to be released as planned in early December.

Fedora 21 is moving ahead and after lengthy Fedora 21 alpha/beta delays, will hopefully not be set back any further. The final Fedora 21 freeze deadline was moved up by one week to take place tomorrow, a decision that came earlier this month to try to avoid delaying Fedora 21 past the holidays.

The final freeze/change deadline is tomorrow and the hope is a bug-free Fedora 21 will be ready for release on 9 December. Confirmation of tomorrow's freeze was posted to Fedora-devel.

Fedora 21 is a very feature packed release coming one year after Fedora 20. Fedora 21 has been doing great and quite possibly the best Fedora release ever.

Stay tuned for more Fedora 21 tests on Phoronix as we move into December.
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