Fedora, Still Pushing The Envelope
Nov 19, 2009, 16:03 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Christopher Smart)
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"The Fedora project releases a new release every six months.
Now, the latest version has been unleashed on the world, but is it
a worthwhile upgrade?
"Originally expected to arrive on the 3rd November this year,
Fedora 12 "Constantine" was slipped by 2 weeks. The decision to do
so was made before the first beta release was complete, after which
time the release date did not change.
"It's not the first time a Fedora release has slipped. In fact
the previous version, known as "Leonidas", was also delayed by two
"When Fedora slips a release however, you know they are only
doing it because it's the best thing for the community."