Fedora 14 Preview: What's New in Fedora 14?
Sep 27, 2010, 22:04 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Fedora 14 is on track for a final release date of November 02,
2010. If all 14 does is improve upon 13, Fedora will have another
winner on its hands. Why? Fedora 13 was one of the strongest
releases the Red Hat sandbox has had in a while. And with what
Fedora 14 has under and above its hood, the next release should up
the ante yet again for the Fedora distribution.
"But what exactly is in store for Fedora 14? And who is this
release really targeting? Historically, Fedora was a distribution
that attracted only those that wanted "bleeding edge" software and
a distribution they could (and almost needed to) tinker with. With
the release of Fedora 13 things started to change a bit. The end
user could happily use Fedora out of the box. It was stable and it
had plenty to offer users of all levels.
"But when you first read the list of features highlighted for
Fedora 14, you might think the release is targeting developers"