For those not aware, Fedora 27 is the first release of the popular GNU/Linux distribution to drop Alpha builds from its development cycle. Therefore, Fedora 27 will only get a Beta milestone during its entire development cycle, which is currently in freeze and it’s expected to land at the end of the month. According to Fedora 27’s release schedule, the “100% code complete deadline” change checkpoint also reached. This means that all the proposed and approved Fedora 27 Changes must now be code complete. The target release date for Fedora 27 Beta is currently set for Tuesday, September 19, but it could slip a week on September 26.