Fedora 27 Linux Could Be Released in Late October, Won’t Have an Alpha Build

A preliminary release schedule has been published for Fedora 27 Linux, suggesting that development of the upcoming operating system starts today, July 12, with a mass rebuild. However, it looks like only on mid-August they will branch Fedora 27 from Rawhide, which will automatically become Fedora 28. While the Beta Freeze stage is currently set for September 5, the target date of Fedora 27 Beta is September 19, but it’s also possible that it could launch a week later, on September 26. As you can see, no Alpha milestone is planned for this release of the popular Linux-based operating system.

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