Dennis Gilmore | 27 May 18:55 2015
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Reminder: Fedora 20 end of life on 2015-06-23

Greetings.

This is a reminder email about the end of life process for Fedora 20.

Fedora 20 will reach end of life on 2015-06-23, and no further updates
will be pushed out after that time. Additionally, with the recent
release of Fedora 22, no new packages will be added to the Fedora 20
collection.

Please see https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FedUp for more
information on upgrading from Fedora 20 to a newer release.

Dennis
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Peter Robinson | 26 May 21:39 2015
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Fedora 22 for aarch64 is here!

We are proud to announce the official release of Fedora 22 for aarch64,
the community-driven and community-built operating system now available
in Cloud, Server, and Workstation editions.

If that's all you need to hear, jump over to Get Fedora to download
-- or for current users, run the FedUp upgrade tool.

  * https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Architectures/AArch64/F22/Installation
  * https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FedUp

In addition to the latest versions of all your favorite free and
open source software, Fedora 22 marks our second release with
distinctly-targeted offerings for cloud computing, the server room,
and the desktops and laptops of software developers and creators
everywhere. Thanks to the hard work of developers, designers,
packagers, translators, testers, documentation writers, and
everyone else, we're incredibly confident in saying that this is
our best and most polished release yet.

Also with this release, we return to our traditional six-month
cadence -- we'll see you back here sometime around Halloween!

Highlights in the Fedora 22 release
===================================

Every Fedora release has its own character. If this release had a
human analogue, it'd be Fedora 21 after it'd been to college,
landed a good job, and kept its New Year's Resolution to go to the
gym on a regular basis. What we're saying is that Fedora 22 has
built on the foundation we laid with Fedora 21 and the work to
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Matthew Miller | 26 May 15:49 2015

Fedora 22 is here!

We are proud to announce the official release of Fedora 22, the
community-driven and community-built operating system now available
in Cloud, Server, and Workstation editions.

If that's all you need to hear, jump over to Get Fedora to download
-- or for current users, run the FedUp upgrade tool.

  * https://getfedora.org/
  * https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FedUp

In addition to the latest versions of all your favorite free and
open source software, Fedora 22 marks our second release with
distinctly-targeted offerings for cloud computing, the server room,
and the desktops and laptops of software developers and creators
everywhere. Thanks to the hard work of developers, designers,
packagers, translators, testers, documentation writers, and
everyone else, we're incredibly confident in saying that this is
our best and most polished release yet.

Also with this release, we return to our traditional six-month
cadence -- we'll see you back here sometime around Halloween!

Highlights in the Fedora 22 release
===================================

Every Fedora release has its own character. If this release had a
human analogue, it'd be Fedora 21 after it'd been to college,
landed a good job, and kept its New Year's Resolution to go to the
gym on a regular basis. What we're saying is that Fedora 22 has
built on the foundation we laid with Fedora 21 and the work to
(Continue reading)

Kevin Fenzi | 5 May 01:01 2015

Planned Outage: Storage migration - 2015-05-05 23:00 UTC

 Planned Outage: Storage migration - 2015-05-05 23:00 UTC

 There will be an outage starting at 2015-05-05 23:00 UTC, which will
 last approximately 3 hours.

 To convert UTC to your local time, take a look at
 http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure/UTCHowto
 or run:

 date -d '2015-05-05 23:00 UTC'

 Reason for outage:

 We will be migrating our NFS based storage from one backend to another.
 This will involve unmounting existing mounts, doing a final mirror of
 storage changes and remounting from the new backend. Note that this
 migration includes the master mirrors volumes. In the event we don't
 finish migrating all the volumes, an additional outage may be
 scheduled.

 Affected Services:

 Bodhi - https://admin.fedoraproject.org/updates/

 Buildsystem - http://koji.fedoraproject.org/

 Downloads - https://dl.fedoraproject.org master mirrors.

 GIT / Source Control - pkgs.fedoraproject.org

(Continue reading)

Peter Robinson | 30 Apr 15:24 2015
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Announcing the release of Fedora 22 Beta for aarch64 and POWER platforms!

Fedora 22 Beta Release Announcement
===================================

The Fedora 22 Beta release for aarch64 and POWER secondary architecutres
has arrived, with a preview of the latest free and open source technology
under development. Take a peek inside!

https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora-secondary/releases/test/22_Beta/Server/

What is the Beta release?
-------------------------

The Beta release contains all the exciting features of Fedora 22's
editions in a form that anyone can help test. This testing, guided by
the [Fedora QA team](https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA), helps us
target and identify bugs. When these bugs are fixed, we make a Beta
release available. A Beta release is meant to be feature complete and
bears  a very strong resemblance to the third and final release.
The final release of Fedora 22 is expected in May.

We need your help to make Fedora 22 the best release yet, so please take
some time to download and try out the Beta and make sure the things that
are important to you are working. If you find a bug, please report
it – every bug you uncover (and/or help fix!) is a chance to improve
the experience for millions of Fedora users worldwide.

Together, we can make Fedora rock-solid. We have a culture of
coordinating new features and pushing fixes upstream as much as
feasible, and your feedback will help improve not only Fedora but Linux
and free software on the whole.
(Continue reading)

Ruth Suehle | 29 Apr 19:05 2015
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Reminder: Three days left to submit a talk for Flock

The extension for the Flock call for proposals ends on May 2. Get those talks in! (And reserve your hotel rooms! And register!)

More info: http://fedoramagazine.org/flock-to-fedora/
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Dennis Gilmore | 21 Apr 15:57 2015
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Announcing the release of Fedora 22 Beta!

Fedora 22 Beta Release Announcement
===================================

The Fedora 22 Beta release has arrived, with a preview of the latest
free and open source technology under development. Take a peek inside!

-   [Get Fedora 22 Beta
    Workstation](https://getfedora.org/en/workstation/prerelease/)
-   [Get Fedora 22 Beta
    Server](https://getfedora.org/en/server/prerelease/)
-   [Get Fedora 22 Beta
    Cloud](https://getfedora.org/en/cloud/prerelease/)
-   [Get Fedora 22 Beta
    Spins](https://spins.fedoraproject.org/prerelease)

What is the Beta release?
-------------------------

The Beta release contains all the exciting features of Fedora 22's
editions in a form that anyone can help test. This testing, guided by
the [Fedora QA team](https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/QA), helps us
target and identify bugs. When these bugs are fixed, we make a Beta
release available. A Beta release is meant to be feature complete and
bears  a very strong resemblance to the third and final release. 
The final release of Fedora 22 is expected in May.

We need your help to make Fedora 22 the best release yet, so please take
some time to download and try out the Beta and make sure the things that
are important to you are working. If you find a bug, please report
it – every bug you uncover (and/or help fix!) is a chance to improve
the experience for millions of Fedora users worldwide.

Together, we can make Fedora rock-solid. We have a culture of
coordinating new features and pushing fixes upstream as much as
feasible, and your feedback will help improve not only Fedora but Linux
and free software on the whole.

### Base platform

-   Faster and better dependency management: yum has been replaced with
    dnf as the default package manager. dnf has very similar command
    line options and configuration files compared to yum but also has
    several major internal changes including using libsolv in
    coordination with friends from the openSUSE project for faster and
    better dependency management. dnf-yum provides automatic redirection
    from yum to dnf in the command line for compatibility. The classic
    yum command line tool renamed to yum-deprecated as a transitional
    step for tools still using it.

### Fedora 22 Cloud

The Fedora 22 Cloud Edition builds on the work completed during the
Fedora 21 cycle, and brings in a number of improvements that make Fedora
22 a superb choice for running Linux in the cloud.

Ready for the Fedora 22 release, we have:

-   The latest versions of rpm-ostree and rpm-ostree-toolbox. You can
    even use rpm-ostree-toolbox to generate your own Atomic hosts from a
    custom set of packages.

-   Introduction of the Atomic command line tool to help manage Linux
    containers on Atomic Hosts and update Atomic Hosts.

### Fedora 22 Server

Fedora 22 Server Edition brings several changes that will improve Fedora
for use as a server in your environment.

-   Database Server Role: Fedora 21 introduced rolekit, a daemon for
    Linux systems that provides a stable D-Bus interface to manage
    deployment of server roles. The Fedora 22 release adds onto that
    work with a database server role based on PostgreSQL.

-   Cockpit Updates: The Cockpit Web-based management application has
    been updated to the latest upstream release which adds many new
    features as well as a modular design for adding new functionality.

-   XFS as default filesystem. XFS scales better for servers and can
    handle higher storage capacity and we have made it the default
    filesystem for Fedora 22 server users. Other filesystems including
    ext4 will continue to be supported and the ability to choose them
    have been retained.

### Fedora 22 Workstation

As always, Fedora carries a number of improvements to make life better
for its desktop users and developers! Here's some of the goodness you'll
get in Fedora 22 Workstation edition.

Enhancements:

-   The GNOME Shell notification system has been redesigned and subsumed
    into the calendar widget.
-   The Terminal now notifies you when a long running job completes.
-   The login screen now uses Wayland by default with automatic fallback
    to Xorg when necessary. This is a transitional step towards
    replacing Xorg with Wayland by default in the next release and
    should have no user visible difference.
-   Installation of GStreamer codecs, fonts, and certain document types
    is now handled by Software, instead of gnome-packagekit.
-   The Automatic Bug Reporting Tool (ABRT) now features better
    notifications, and uses the privacy control panel in GNOME to
    control information sent.

Appearance:

-   The Nautilus file manager has been improved to use GActions, from
    the deprecated GtkAction APIs, for a better, more consistent
    experience.
-   The GNOME Shell has a refreshed theme for better usability.
-   The Qt/Adwaita theme is now code complete, and Qt notifications have
    been improved for smoother experience using Qt-based apps in
    Workstation.

Under the covers:

-   Consistent input handling for graphical applications is provided
    using libinput library which is now used for both X11 and Wayland.

### Spins

Fedora spins are alternative versions of Fedora, tailored for various
types of users via hand-picked application sets or customizations. You
can browse all of the available spins via
http://spins.fedoraproject.org. Some of the popular ones include:

#### Fedora 22 KDE Plasma spin

Plasma 5, the successor to KDE Plasma 4, is now the default workspace in
the Fedora KDE spin. It has a new theme called Breeze, which has cleaner
visuals and better readability, improves certain work-flows and provides
overall more consistent and polished interface. Changes under the hood
include switch to Qt 5 and KDE Frameworks 5 and migration to fully
hardware-accelerated graphics stack based on OpenGL(ES).

#### Fedora 22 Xfce spin

The Xfce spin has been updated to Xfce 4.12. This release has an
enormous number of improvements, including HiDPI support, improvements
to window tiling, support for Gtk3 plugins, and many improvements for
multi-monitor support.

Issues and Details
------------------

This is an Beta release. As such, we expect that you may encounter bugs
or missing features. To report issues encountered during testing,
contact the Fedora QA team via the mailing list or in \#fedora-qa on
freenode.

As testing progresses, common issues are tracked on the Common F22
Bugs page:

https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Common_F22_bugs

Roadmap
-------

While Fedora 22 is still under active development, we have a number of
new features developed in parallel for Fedora 23 as well. While all of
these features are work in progress and the plans have not been
finalized, we want to highlight a few major changes expected and invite
your early testing and feedback.

-   Wayland by default for Fedora 23 Workstation. XWayland will continue
    to be provided for compatibility with applications using X.

-   Python 3 by default for Fedora 23 Workstation: While most of the
    default applications are already using Python 3 in Fedora 22, Fedora
    23 Workstation will only include Python 3 by default. Python 2 will
    continue to be included in the repositories.

-   A Vagrant image for Fedora 23 Atomic Host and Cloud Images. We're
    supplying Vagrant boxes that work with KVM or VirtualBox, so users
    on Fedora will be able to easily consume the Vagrant images with
    KVM, and users on Mac OS X or Windows can use the VirtualBox image.

For tips on reporting a bug effectively, read "how to file a bug
report":

https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/How_to_file_a_bug_report

Release Schedule
----------------

The full release schedule is available on the Fedora wiki. The current
schedule calls for a final release in the end of May.

https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/22/Schedule

These dates are subject to change, pending any major bugs or issues
found during the testing process.
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Ruth Suehle | 10 Apr 18:08 2015
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FLOCK: Things you should do!

1. Register!
Only 70 people have registered so far. What are you waiting for?
https://register.flocktofedora.org/

2. Submit a talk!
We've extended the deadline to May 2. Get those talk proposals in!
https://register.flocktofedora.org/

3. Reserve your hotel room!
The deadline is July 16, but that doesn't mean you should wait until the last minute. It doesn't cost anything to reserve.
https://resweb.passkey.com/go/FLOCK2015

We're exploring some really fun options for evening events right now, so I hope to be able to tell you about those soon. Keep an eye on the website, which in the next few days I'll be updating with information about Rochester.

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Peter Robinson | 30 Mar 23:45 2015
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Announcing the release of Fedora 22 Alpha for AARCH64 and POWER64!

Fedora 22 Alpha Release Announcement
====================================

The Fedora 22 Alpha release for the AARCH64 and POWER 64 secondary architectures
has arrived, with a preview of the latest free and open source technology under
development. Take a peek inside!

  • Get Fedora 22 Alpha Server
    https://getfedora.org/en/server/prerelease/https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora-secondary/releases/test/22_Alpha/Server/

What is the Alpha release?
==========================

The Alpha release contains all the exciting features of Fedora 22's
editions in a form that anyone can help test. This testing, guided by
the Fedora QA team, helps us target and identify bugs. When these bugs
are fixed, we make a Beta release available. A Beta release is
code-complete and bears a very strong resemblance to the third and
final release. The final release of Fedora 22 is expected in May.

We need your help to make Fedora 22 the best release yet, so please
take some time to download and try out the Alpha and make sure the
things that are important to you are working well. If you find a bug,
please report it – every bug you uncover is a chance to improve the
experience for millions of Fedora users worldwide.

Together, we can make Fedora 22 another rock-solid release. We have a
culture of coordinating new features and pushing fixes upstream as much
as feasible, and your feedback will help improve not only Fedora but
Linux and free software on the whole.

Fedora 22 Server
================

The Fedora 22 Server Edition brings several changes that will improve
Fedora for use as a server in your environment.

  • Database Server Role: Fedora 21 introduced Rolekit, a daemon for
    Linux systems that provides a stable D-Bus interface to manage
    deployment of server roles. The Fedora 22 release adds onto that
    work with a database server role based on PostgreSQL.

  • Cockpit Updates: The Cockpit Web-based management application has
    been updated to the latest upstream release which adds many new
    features as well as a modular design for adding new functionality.

Issues and Details
==================

This is an Alpha release. As such, we expect that you may encounter
bugs or missing features. To report issues encountered during testing,
contact the Fedora QA team via the test mailing list or in #fedora-qa
on freenode.

As testing progresses, common issues are tracked on the Common F22 Bugs
page: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Common_F22_bugs

For tips on reporting a bug effectively, read "how to file a bug
report:" https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/How_to_file_a_bug_report

Release Schedule
================

The full release schedule is available on the Fedora wiki:
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/22/Schedule

The current schedule calls for a beta release in the middle of April,
and a final release in the second half of May.

These dates are subject to change, pending any major bugs or issues
found during the development process.
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Matthew Miller | 18 Mar 23:01 2015

Help Fedora find a Diversity Advisor


<http://fedoramagazine.org/help-fedora-find-a-diversity-advisor/>

Increased diversity is crucial to the future of open source. A range of
contributors from varying backgrounds brings broader experience to the
table, which makes for healthier projects — and ultimately better
software. To make Fedora a more diverse community, the Fedora Council
(our new governance and leadership body) has an open position for a
Diversity Advisor, and we need your help to find the perfect person for
this role.

What does a Diversity Advisor do?
---------------------------------

The Fedora Diversity Advisor will lead initiatives to assess and
promote equality and inclusion within the Fedora contributor and user
communities, and will develop project strategy on diversity issues. The
Diversity Advisor will also be the point of contact for Fedora’s
participation in third-party outreach programs and events.

What’s happening now?
---------------------

We’re forming a search committee to find the most awesome and
incredible human being for the job — and this message is the invitation
to join that committee.

In earlier conversations, we’ve talked about the various benefits of
asking someone within the project to fill the role vs. inviting someone
from the outside, with experience in open source and communities but
not necessarily deeply with Fedora. There clearly are benefits and
disadvantages either way, and we’re open to either one. We’d like the
search committee to include both perspectives (as well as of course
different backgrounds and expertise with minority groups). That way, if
we choose someone external, we can feel confident that people with a
longer history within the project back the choice (and, indeed, were
part of making it); and if we choose someone from within Fedora, that
we also have the benefit of outside perspective in doing so.

How can I help?
---------------

If you’re interested in helping with the search, please email me at
<mattdm <at> fedoraproject.org> with answers to the following questions
(and/or anything else you’d like to say). I’ll share responses
confidentially with other members of the Fedora Council, and we’ll form
the committee from there.

1.  Why do you believe diversity and inclusion are important for Fedora,
    and why do you want to join the search team for Fedora’s Diversity
    Advisor?

2.  What specific minority group(s) or issues can you offer insight
    about? What perspectives, experiences, or knowledge about diversity
    and inclusion could you share as a member of the search team?

3.  To give us further insight, feel free to provide names and contact
    information for up to three people who can speak to your passion,
    interest, or experience with diversity and inclusion.

Please send responses by March 31st, 2015, so we can get the search
underway. We will leave actual details of how the search will work up
to the searchers. It may end up that someone with interest in being on
the search team will also be the best candidate; the Council doesn’t
see that as a problem. And, it may be that the committee will want to
continue to exist after the search, in an advisory role or as part of
an action team, but we also don’t want to raise barriers by making that
an initial obligation.

Note that the Diversity Advisor currently an unpaid, volunteer
position. I personally hope we can change that in the future, but we
also wanted to take the steps we can *now* to make progress. This is
not a token role; it carries full participation in Council consensus
for any and all project issues relevant to diversity.

Please share!
-------------

Please share this invitation with anyone you think might be interested,
both within Fedora and outside of Fedora in relevant communities. Thank
you!

-- 
Matthew Miller
<mattdm <at> fedoraproject.org>
Fedora Project Leader
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Dennis Gilmore | 10 Mar 15:02 2015
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Announcing the release of Fedora 22 Alpha!

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Fedora 22 Alpha Release Announcement
====================================

The Fedora 22 Alpha release has arrived, with a preview of the latest
free and open source technology under development. Take a peek inside!

  • Get Fedora 22 Alpha Workstation
    https://getfedora.org/en/workstation/prerelease/

  
  • Get Fedora 22 Alpha Server
    https://getfedora.org/en/server/prerelease/

  
  • Get Fedora 22 Alpha Cloud
    https://getfedora.org/en/cloud/prerelease/

  
  • Get Fedora 22 Alpha Spins
    https://spins.fedoraproject.org/prerelease


What is the Alpha release?
==========================

The Alpha release contains all the exciting features of Fedora 22's
editions in a form that anyone can help test. This testing, guided by
the Fedora QA team, helps us target and identify bugs. When these bugs
are fixed, we make a Beta release available. A Beta release is
code-complete and bears a very strong resemblance to the third and
final release. The final release of Fedora 22 is expected in May.

We need your help to make Fedora 22 the best release yet, so please
take some time to download and try out the Alpha and make sure the
things that are important to you are working well. If you find a bug,
please report it – every bug you uncover is a chance to improve the
experience for millions of Fedora users worldwide.

Together, we can make Fedora 22 another rock-solid release. We have a
culture of coordinating new features and pushing fixes upstream as much
as feasible, and your feedback will help improve not only Fedora but
Linux and free software on the whole.

Fedora 22 Cloud
===============

The Fedora 22 Cloud Edition builds on the work completed during the
Fedora 21 cycle, and brings in a number of improvements that make
Fedora 22 a superb choice for running Linux in the cloud.

Ready for the Fedora 22 release, we have:

  • The latest versions of rpm-ostree and rpm-ostree-toolbox. You can
    even use rpm-ostree-toolbox to generate your own Atomic hosts from
    a custom set of packages.

  • A Vagrant image for Fedora 22 Atomic Host and Cloud Images. We're
    supplying Vagrant boxes that work with KVM or VirtualBox, so users
    on Fedora will be able to easily consume the Vagrant images with
    KVM, and users on Mac OS X or Windows can use the VirtualBox image.

  • Tunir: A new, lightweight Continuous Integration (CI) tool for
    rapid testing of cloud images. While being driven by the need for
    simple CI for the Cloud Working Group, it's generic enough to be
    used by anyone to configure and run jobs/tests on their local
    system.

Fedora 22 Server
================

The Fedora 22 Server Edition brings several changes that will improve
Fedora for use as a server in your environment.

  • Database Server Role: Fedora 21 introduced Rolekit, a daemon for
    Linux systems that provides a stable D-Bus interface to manage
    deployment of server roles. The Fedora 22 release adds onto that
    work with a database server role based on PostgreSQL.

  • Cockpit Updates: The Cockpit Web-based management application has
    been updated to the latest upstream release which adds many new
    features as well as a modular design for adding new functionality.

Fedora 22 Workstation
=====================

As always, Fedora carries a number of improvements to make life better
for its desktop users! Here's some of the goodness you'll get in Fedora
22 Workstation edition.

Enhancements:

  • The GNOME Shell notification system has been redesigned and
    subsumed into the calendar widget.
  • The Terminal now notifies you when a long running job completes.
  • The login screen now uses Wayland by default. This is a step
    towards replacing X with Wayland, and users should not actually
    notice the difference.
  • Installation of GStreamer codecs, fonts, and certain document types
    is now handled by Software, instead of gnome-packagekit.
  • The Automatic Bug Reporting Tool (ABRT) now features better
    notifications, and uses the privacy control panel in GNOME to
    control information sent.

Appearance:

  • The Nautilus file manager has been improved to use GActions, from
    the deprecated GtkAction APIs, for a better, more consistent
    experience.
  • The GNOME Shell has a refreshed theme for better usability.
  • The Qt/Adwaita theme is now code complete, and Qt notifications
    have been improved for smoother experience using Qt-based apps in
    Workstation.

Under the covers:

  • The libinput library is now used for both X11 and Wayland for
    consistent input device handling.

Spins

  • Plasma 5, the successor to KDE Plasma 4, is now the default
    workspace in the Fedora KDE spin.

  • The Xfce spin has been updated to Xfce 4.12 just in time for the
    Alpha release. This release has an enormous number of improvements,
    including HiDPI support, improvements to window tiling, support for
    Gtk3 plugins, and many improvements for multi-monitor support.

Issues and Details
==================

This is an Alpha release. As such, we expect that you may encounter
bugs or missing features. To report issues encountered during testing,
contact the Fedora QA team via the test mailing list or in #fedora-qa
on freenode.

As testing progresses, common issues are tracked on the Common F22 Bugs
page: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Common_F22_bugs


For tips on reporting a bug effectively, read "how to file a bug
report:" https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/How_to_file_a_bug_report


Release Schedule
================

The full release schedule is available on the Fedora wiki:
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/22/Schedule


The current schedule calls for a beta release in the middle of April, 
and a final release in the second half of May.

These dates are subject to change, pending any major bugs or issues
found during the development process.
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