True to form, Fedora marches on! As I look at the proposed Fedora 10 features this morning, I see a lot of changes since yesterday. The number of feature proposals has dropped significantly, meaning these features have been simply moved to a more general pool while their owners update them with a bit more data. That extra data allows for better discussion of the feature and how to measure its progress or completion. I would expect that many or all of these features, and hopefully more, will find their way back to the proposed list very shortly.
There is still plenty of time to propose features for Fedora 10 — and whether you are proposing one as a developer or as a wish, the feature process can accommodate you.
Update: stupid process grokkage mistake, duly fixed.
> There is still plenty of time to propose features for Fedora 10 […]
Why propose features when you can just get them in rawhide easily without any approval: