Fedora 14 Alpha is go!

As John posted last night, Fedora 14 Alpha was declared ready for release next week. Although there was a one-week slip to handle the fact that our blocker list wasn’t clear, Fedora developers and testers in the community have worked hard together both to resolve the remaining issues and make …

Fedora 13 Alpha!

Our first major test release for this cycle, Fedora 13 Alpha, is now available! You can read all about it in the release announcement on the wiki. I’m running it here and would encourage contributors and early adopters to try it out. We could really use your help in finding …

Karma made easy.

Till Maas constructed a truly useful Fedora Easy Karma script in Python. There’s a wiki page about it already, and it’s very easy to use. I just used it to test and give karma to a handful of packages in the pre-release Fedora 13 updates-testing repository in just a few …

Into the future.

Because we’re trying to stomp out a handful of nasty bugs — some of which appear to be thoroughly smooshed, and some of which we’re still attacking with the Rolled Up Newspaper of Free Code Wrangling — the Fedora 12 Beta will be pushed back one week.  We expect right …

Fedora 12 Alpha!

Today marks the Fedora 12 Alpha release, hot off the presses! You can pick up a copy to try all the latest technologies here: //fedoraproject.org/get-prerelease I’ve been running the Alpha version for about a week or so on one of my home machines. While there are some minor foibles here …

This. Is. ALPHA!

[This post was supposed to be out yesterday, but somehow I managed to brush my touchpad the wrong way and… well, the dog ate my homework. Or WordPress did. Either way, sorry about the lateness of the hour, and all that. Revised now for more contemporary enjoyment. — Ed.] Yes, …