Yes, believe it or not, the Fedora developers have decided that Alpha versions should be removed from the development cycle of a new Fedora Linux release, starting with Fedora 27, whose release schedule is yet to be published. Why? Because it looks like the Rawhide version of Fedora is considered of Alpha quality, always. If approved, this decision should significantly simplify the development cycle of any new Fedora Linux release that will be published after the release of Fedora 26 in June. Already Fedora Linux was one of the few GNU/Linux distributions to offer only one Alpha and one Beta, but not public testers will have access only to the Beta version.