Fedora 21 Is Cleared For Release Next Week
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 4 December 2014 at 01:34 PM EST. 1 Comment
Fedora 21 has cleared its final Go/No-Go meeting so that it can be released next week.

Fortunately there's no last minute delays blocking the Fedora 21 debut and after being behind schedule for two months due to delays earlier in the cycle, Fedora 21 is set to debut next Tuesday, 9 December.

Jaroslav Reznik confirmed the clearance for release today on the Fedora devel-announce list.

Fedora 21 is an excellent update to Fedora Linux and I've been running it already on a number of systems with great success. Those wishing to try out the near-final images can try out Fedora 21 Final RC5.

Stay tuned for more Fedora 21 benchmarking on Phoronix in the days ahead.
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