Fedora 21 Accepted Changes deadline just two weeks away

Jaroslav Reznik put out an early reminder today that the Accepted Changes deadline is only two weeks away:

This time I’m sending “Accepted Changes 100% Complete” reminder a bit
earlier than usually as we still have quite a lot of work to do on
Changes and it’s going to help other teams to participate in Changes
process earlier (aka Docs team etc.).

2014-10-14 Accepted Changes 100% Complete

Expected bug state is ON_QA – Change has to be code completed and
can be tested in the Beta release (optionally by Fedora QA).

Please make sure to update state of yours Change(s) bug(s) on time.
In case of any problems, let me know, we will try to find a solution.


The current schedule calls for the accepted changes to be complete by 14 October, and the beta release on 28 October.

Assuming no further schedule slips, Fedora 21 is set to be released on 2 December. The release is looking really good, let’s keep the momentum going and get Fedora 21 out the door!

Fedora Project community

1 Comment

  1. I’m looking forward to Fedora 21. I can’t wait 😀

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