Fedora 21 Final status is Go — Release on December 9, 2014

At the Fedora 21 Final Go/No-Go Meeting a few minutes ago, Fedora QA, Release Engineering, and Development agreed to Go with the Fedora 21 Final. (See the official announcement from Fedora Program Manager Jaroslav Reznik.)

Fedora 21 will be publicly available on Tuesday, December 09, 2014.

If you’re into procedural details, you can read the meeting minutes. Otherwise, get your computers prepared, along with celebratory $BEVERAGE of choice. As Jaroslav says in his message, this is a huge achievement and a very exciting Fedora release. Thank you and congratulations to everyone who made this happen!
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14 Comments

  1. Ash

    I’m unreasonably excited about this.

  2. Rob Adornato

    Congratulations to Matthew and everyone who helped shepherd this release. I raise my glass to you, Matthew. Now go spend a few days with your family to celebrate!

  3. Kyokuto

    Cannot wait to try it. 🙂

  4. mrcoffeina

    Nice to hear that. Can’t wait to try it.

  5. bill bailey

    Will Fedora server have a LTS ?

    • ALwlfihawf

      I guess CentOs would be the better choice for LTS.

  6. diegoestrada

    It’s getting closer!

  7. Mike S

    It kind of feels like Christmas Eve waiting for tomorrow’s release. Congratulations and thanks to everyone involved in F21. You’ve done yourselves and the project proud.

  8. Esbel T. V. Orellana

    First time we have waited for a year

  9. Stefanos Vakirtzis

    Will it be released during the late hours of the day?

  10. georgio

    ok …well…its the 9th dec…so…wheres fedora 21?…nowhere in sight???

  11. Armin

    Excited and still waiting for a link.. 🙂 It is 9th.. 🙂

  12. Calm down everyone. 🙂 I’m glad you’re excited. The release will be at 10am US/East, as is traditional. (15:00 UTC)

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