The State Of Fedora Linux In 2015
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 12 August 2015 at 12:48 PM EDT. 9 Comments
FEDORA --
Fedora's Flock conference started today with a keynote by Fedora Project Leader Matthew Miller. Miller's keynote was about the state of the Fedora Project.

Highlights from "The State of Fedora" this year include:

- Yum connection stats for Fedora 21 and 22 showing those releases being back up to the same level as seen during the Fedora 14 days.

- Fedora 22 appears to already have more users than Fedora 20.

- Fedora Workstation is commanding around 68% of the downloads while Fedora Server is coming in at 14% and Fedora Cloud at 4%. Only about 5% of the downloads are for Fedora KDE.

- Fedora 32-bit continues to be on the decline.

- Copr's popularity continues to rise for providing extra Fedora packages.

- Fedora 23 is turning out well.

More details on Matthew Miller's State of Fedora via Fedora Magazine and the slides.
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