What will Fedora 13 Linux be named?
Dec 01, 2009, 20:32 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The recent Fedora 12 release was codenamed
'Constantine' and the prior Fedora 11 release was called Leonidas.
"The way the naming works is there is a certain relationship
between the names. According to Fedora: "Leonidas -> Constantine
-> ? Constantine is a , and so is . The link between Leonidas
and Constantine was 'both are townships in St. Joseph County,
Michigan, USA.' The link between Constantine and the new name must
be different than that link, and different from any other previous