Fedora 21

Farewell F21, Elections, Wayland by Default, Vacations — and then F24!

Final Farewell for Fedora 21 Fedora produces new releases approximately every six months — targeted at May and October. We always have two currently-supported releases, the latest and “n minus one”. We also have a one-month overlap after a new… Continue Reading →

Build a network router and firewall with Fedora 22 and systemd-networkd

One of my favorite features of Fedora 22 is systemd-networkd and all of the new features that came with it in recent systemd versions. The configuration files are easy to read, bridging is simple, and tunnels are resilient. I’ve recently… Continue Reading →

How to Upgrade from Fedora 21 to Fedora 22

Fedora 22 was released earlier this week, and if you are running Fedora 21, you will probably want to upgrade to the latest and greatest version of Fedora. Luckily, there is a tool called FedUp that is easiest way to… Continue Reading →

Fedora 21 now available on DigitalOcean

It’s raining Droplets! Fedora 21 has landed in DigitalOcean’s cloud hosting. Fedora 21 offers a fantastic cloud image for developers, and it’s now easy for DigitalOcean users to spin it up and get started! Here are a couple of tips:… Continue Reading →

Fedora 21 for AArch64

The Fedora ARM Team is pleased to announce the release of Fedora 21 for AArch64, ready to run on your next generation servers. Fedora 21 is a game-changer for the Fedora Project, and we think you’re going to be very… Continue Reading →

Catching up with Fedora Quality Assurance

It has been a while since I wrote my article for the Fedora Magazine. This is mostly due to a busy schedule with testing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.1, nss-nspr, and RHDS releases, but I missed my passion of writing…. Continue Reading →

Vote now for Council, F21 final freeze, screenshots needed, Fedora Atomic, and Mozilla/Firefox ads

Fedora is a big project, and it’s hard to keep up with everything that goes on. This series highlights interesting happenings in five different areas every week. It isn’t comprehensive news coverage — just quick summaries with links to each…. Continue Reading →

Fedora 21 Atomic Test Day: this Thursday!

Instead of trying to come up with a clever play on “Atomic” for the headline and lede here, let’s just go with the facts. The facts: The Cloud Working Group is doing a test day for Fedora 21 Atomic on… Continue Reading →

Extra! Extra! Great feedback on Fedora 21 Beta

Last week we announced Fedora 21 beta, and the feedback so far is fantastic. Let’s take a look at some of the press coverage so far to see what folks are saying about the beta. Spoiler alert: There’s a lot… Continue Reading →

Announcing the release of Fedora 21 Beta!

The Fedora 21 beta release is here, and – as usual – is packed with amazing improvements to Fedora, as well as fantastic free and open source software, gently harvested for your enjoyment. No bits were harmed in the making… Continue Reading →

Fedora 21 Beta is on for November 4 (And a word about Fedora schedules)

After a one-week slip the Fedora QA, release engineering, and development teams have agreed that Fedora is ready to release Fedora 21 Beta on Tuesday, November 4, 2014. This means that the release schedule from last week will stand for… Continue Reading →

Fedora 21 Beta slips by one week

The Fedora 21 Beta release, originally slated for 28 October, has slipped by one week. It is now targeted for the first week of November. The decision was made at the last go/no-go meeting, due to several accepted blockers against… Continue Reading →

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… Continue Reading →

Fedora 21 Alpha released

The Fedora 21 Alpha release has arrived, with a preview of the latest free and open source technology under development. Take a peek inside! Get the Pre-Release on FedoraProject.org! What is the Alpha release? The Alpha release contains all the… Continue Reading →

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