Fedora 21 Beta To Be Released Next Week
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 30 October 2014 at 08:23 PM EDT. Add A Comment
FEDORA --
While Fedora 21 Beta was delayed, today it received the go ahead to be released next week Tuesday.

Jaroslav Reznik of Red Hat shared that at today's Go/No-Go meeting the F21 Beta was approved by Fedora QA, release engineering, and development teams. Fedora 21 Beta will make it out now on Tuesday, 4 November.

Assuming no delays happen prior to the final release, the final freeze is anticipated for 25 November and the for the official release to take place on 9 December -- more than two months after the release was supposed to happen, due to so many delays in getting the Fedora 21 Alpha out the door.


While it's taken a while, Fedora 21 is looking quite good and may very well be the best Fedora release.
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