""Fedora 11 preview is a snapshot of the future of
Linux technologies throughout the field," Fedora Project Leader
Paul Frields told InternetNews.com. "When you look at the
virtualization or kernel features in Fedora 11, you'll see the sort
of things that are going to be important to business users and
enterprise customers down the line."
"Today's milestone release of Fedora 11 is officially called the
"Preview Release" -- the final version of Fedora 11 is currently
scheduled to be available on May 26.
""The preview release is the third in our set of test releases
for Fedora 11, it's a way for a broader set of people to set of
community members and the public to see how things are
progressing," Frields explained. "The preview tends to be very
close to our final release. It still has some issues in it that
we're trying to resolve, but it represents our best take on what
the final release will look like."