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Fedora Release Party

Hosting release parties near the time of a Fedora release is a great way to help spread Fedora in your local area and provide an opportunity for Fedora users in your area to come together as a community. Release parties can be casual events in different manners. From meeting in a coffee shop with a few people to larger scale events with more people in attendance and planned activities like install party, workshops, talk with speakers from the Fedora community, and discussion.

Upcoming Release Parties - Fedora 26

== Past Release Parties ==\