Red Hat Fedora 20 Linux: New Networking, ARM Features

The delays may disappoint Fedora fans, but the developers say the revised schedule will help to smooth out bugs before Fedora 20 goes lives. (That approach, by the way, stands in contrast to the one taken by Canonical’s Ubuntu Linux distribution, which sticks hard and fast to pre-determined release dates, a policy that has its own advantages and downsides.)

And at any rate, Fedora users have a lot to look forward to in the latest and greatest edition of the operating system. For one, the release will have a lighter footprint than its predecessors as a result of the removal of some packages that were previously installed by default, such as syslog and sendmail.