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|  100%  ||  [[Anaconda/Features/StorageFiltering | Anaconda Storage Filtering ]]|| Final pieces of Anaconda storage rewrite  || 2010-03-24
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|  100%  ||  [[Anaconda/Features/StorageFiltering | Anaconda Storage Filtering ]]|| Final pieces of Anaconda storage rewrite  || 2010-03-24
 
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/AutomaticPrintDriverInstallation | Automatic Print Driver Installation]]|| Packages like gutenprint-cups, hpijs, and pbm2l2030 should be installed on-demand when hardware requiring those drivers is detected  || 2010-02-17
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/AutomaticPrintDriverInstallation | Automatic Print Driver Installation]]|| Packages like gutenprint-cups, hpijs, and pbm2l2030 should be installed on-demand when hardware requiring those drivers is detected  || 2010-02-17
 
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/BetterWebcamSupportF13 | Better Webcam Support ]]|| More webcams supported out of the box with a special focus on ''dual mode'' cameras|| 2010-02-21
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/BetterWebcamSupportF13 | Better Webcam Support ]]|| More webcams supported out of the box with a special focus on ''dual mode'' cameras|| 2010-02-21
 
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/boot.fedoraproject.org | boot.fedoraproject.org ]]|| Use very small images (iso, floppy, disk) to bootstrap a machine that then contacts a remote server for boot information to continue the installation process || 2010-01-22
 
|  100%  ||  [[Features/boot.fedoraproject.org | boot.fedoraproject.org ]]|| Use very small images (iso, floppy, disk) to bootstrap a machine that then contacts a remote server for boot information to continue the installation process || 2010-01-22
 
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/F13Boost141 | Boost 1.41 Uplift ]]|| This feature brings version 1.41.0 of Boost to Fedora 13, together with Boost.MPI. As a side effect, Boost will be built with CMake (instead of BJam)    || 2010-02-03
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/F13Boost141 | Boost 1.41 Uplift ]]|| This feature brings version 1.41.0 of Boost to Fedora 13, together with Boost.MPI. As a side effect, Boost will be built with CMake (instead of BJam)    || 2010-02-03
 
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/DogtagCertificateSystem | Dogtag Certificate System ]]|| Dogtag Certificate System is an enterprise-class open source Certificate Authority (CA) supporting all aspects of certificate lifecycle management including key archival, OCSP and smartcard management  || 2010-02-04
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/DogtagCertificateSystem | Dogtag Certificate System ]]|| Dogtag Certificate System is an enterprise-class open source Certificate Authority (CA) supporting all aspects of certificate lifecycle management including key archival, OCSP and smartcard management  || 2010-02-04
 
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| 100%  ||  [[Features/ColorManagement | ColorManagement ]]|| GNOME Color Manager is a session framework that makes it easy to manage, install and generate color profiles in the GNOME desktop  || 2010-03-24
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| 100%  ||  [[Features/ColorManagement | ColorManagement ]]|| GNOME Color Manager is a session framework that makes it easy to manage, install and generate color profiles in the GNOME desktop  || 2010-03-24
 
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/EasierPythonDebugging | Easier Python Debugging ]]|| The gdb debugger has been extended so that it can report detailed information on the internals of the Python 2 and Python 3 runtimes || 2010-04-06
 
|  100%  ||  [[Features/EasierPythonDebugging | Easier Python Debugging ]]|| The gdb debugger has been extended so that it can report detailed information on the internals of the Python 2 and Python 3 runtimes || 2010-04-06
 
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/Gnome2.30 | Gnome 2.30 ]]|| Include Gnome 2.30  || 2010-04-06
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/Gnome2.30 | Gnome 2.30 ]]|| Include Gnome 2.30  || 2010-04-06
 
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/ChangeInImplicitDSOLinking | Implicit DSO Linking ]]|| Change <code>ld</code> default to --no-add-needed  || 2010-02-09
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/ChangeInImplicitDSOLinking | Implicit DSO Linking ]]|| Change <code>ld</code> default to --no-add-needed  || 2010-02-09
 
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| 100%  ||  [[Features/IntelliJ_IDEA | IntelliJ IDEA ]]|| Add Community IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition packages and their dependencies into repositories || 2010-03-29
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| 100%  ||  [[Features/IntelliJ_IDEA | IntelliJ IDEA ]]|| Add Community IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition packages and their dependencies into repositories || 2010-03-29
 
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|-  
 
|  100%  ||  [[Features/KDE44 | KDE44 ]]|| Rebase to KDE 4.4 and offers new features such as PolicyKit 1 KAuth backend and improved PulseAudio integration || 2010-01-21
 
|  100%  ||  [[Features/KDE44 | KDE44 ]]|| Rebase to KDE 4.4 and offers new features such as PolicyKit 1 KAuth backend and improved PulseAudio integration || 2010-01-21
 
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|-  
| 100%  ||  [[Features/KDE_PolicyKitOneQt | KDE PolicyKit One Qt ]]|| This feature adds PolicyKit One support to Qt/KDE applications and the KDE desktop || 2010-01-28
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| 100%  ||  [[Features/KDE_PolicyKitOneQt | KDE PolicyKit One Qt ]]|| This feature adds PolicyKit One support to Qt/KDE applications and the KDE desktop || 2010-01-28
 
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|-  
|  100%  ||  [[Features/KDE_PulseAudio_Integration | KDE PulseAudio Integration]]|| Fedora 13 features improved PulseAudio integration in KDE's Phonon and KMix || 2010-01-21
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/KDE_PulseAudio_Integration | KDE PulseAudio Integration]]|| Fedora 13 features improved PulseAudio integration in KDE's Phonon and KMix || 2010-01-21
 
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/KVM_Stable_PCI_Addresses | KVM Stable PCI Addresses ]]|| Allow devices in KVM guest virtual machines to retain the same PCI address allocations as other devices are added or removed from the guest configuration  || 2010-01-26
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/KVM_Stable_PCI_Addresses | KVM Stable PCI Addresses ]]|| Allow devices in KVM guest virtual machines to retain the same PCI address allocations as other devices are added or removed from the guest configuration  || 2010-01-26
 
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|-  
|  100%  ||  [[Features/NetBeans_6.8 | NetBeans_6.8 ]]|| Re-base to the NetBeans 6.8  || 2010-02-16
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/NetBeans_6.8 | NetBeans_6.8 ]]|| Re-base to the NetBeans 6.8  || 2010-02-16
 
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|-  
|  100%  ||  [[Features/NetworkManagerBluetoothDUN | NetworkManager Bluetooth DUN ]]|| NetworkManager now supports easy-to-use Bluetooth Dial-Up Networking (DUN) support || 2010-02-15
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/NetworkManagerBluetoothDUN | NetworkManager Bluetooth DUN ]]|| NetworkManager now supports easy-to-use Bluetooth Dial-Up Networking (DUN) support || 2010-02-15
 
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/NetworkManagerCmdline | NetworkManager Command Line ]]|| Control NetworkManager without a GUI  || 2010-02-16
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/NetworkManagerCmdline | NetworkManager Command Line ]]|| Control NetworkManager without a GUI  || 2010-02-16
 
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|-  
 
|  100%  ||  [[Features/NetworkManagerMobileStatus | NetworkManager Mobile Status ]]|| The NetworkManager applet shows the current signal strength, cellular technology (GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSPA or 1x/EVDO etc), and roaming status while connected for cards where this functionality is supported  || 2010-02-16
 
|  100%  ||  [[Features/NetworkManagerMobileStatus | NetworkManager Mobile Status ]]|| The NetworkManager applet shows the current signal strength, cellular technology (GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSPA or 1x/EVDO etc), and roaming status while connected for cards where this functionality is supported  || 2010-02-16
 
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/NFSv4Default | NFSv4 Default ]]|| Change the default NFS protocol to version 4  || 2010-01-18
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/NFSv4Default | NFSv4 Default ]]|| Change the default NFS protocol to version 4  || 2010-01-18
 
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|-  
 
|  100%  ||  [[Features/NFSClientIPv6 | NFS Client IPv6]]|| Support for mounting NFS servers over IPv6  || 2010-01-18
 
|  100%  ||  [[Features/NFSClientIPv6 | NFS Client IPv6]]|| Support for mounting NFS servers over IPv6  || 2010-01-18
 
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|-  
|  100%  ||  [[Features/NouveauDisplayPort | Nouveau DisplayPort ]]|| Enhanced support for DisplayPort in X and kernel drivers for NVIDIA hardware || 2010-03-15
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/NouveauDisplayPort | Nouveau DisplayPort ]]|| Enhanced support for DisplayPort in X and kernel drivers for NVIDIA hardware || 2010-03-15
 
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/Python3F13 | Python 3]]|| A packaged version of python 3 that installs in parallel with the Python 2 stack  || 2010-04-05
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/Python3F13 | Python 3]]|| A packaged version of python 3 that installs in parallel with the Python 2 stack  || 2010-04-05
 
|-  
 
|-  
 
|  100%  ||  [[Features/RadeonDisplayPort | Radeon DisplayPort ]]|| Enhanced support for DisplayPort in X and kernel drivers for Radeon hardware || 2010-01-18
 
|  100%  ||  [[Features/RadeonDisplayPort | Radeon DisplayPort ]]|| Enhanced support for DisplayPort in X and kernel drivers for Radeon hardware || 2010-01-18
 
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|-  
| 100%  ||  [[Features/RPM4.8 | RPM4.8 ]]|| Update to RPM 4.8 || 2010-01-08
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| 100%  ||  [[Features/RPM4.8 | RPM4.8 ]]|| Update to RPM 4.8 || 2010-01-08
 
|-  
 
|-  
| 100%  ||  [[Features/SIP_Witch_Domain_Telephony | SIP Witch Domain Telephony ]]|| This feature enables an entirely free software alternative to Skype using standard IETF protocols along with support for direct peer-to-peer secure communications such as possible with ZRTP capable softphones and without need for a mitigating "service provider"  || 2010-02-07
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| 100%  ||  [[Features/SIP_Witch_Domain_Telephony | SIP Witch Domain Telephony ]]|| This feature enables an entirely free software alternative to Skype using standard IETF protocols along with support for direct peer-to-peer secure communications such as possible with ZRTP capable softphones and without need for a mitigating "service provider"  || 2010-02-07
 
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|-  
|  100%  ||  [[Features/SSSDByDefault | SSSD By Default ]]|| Include SSSD the default set of base Fedora 13 packages and configure it through authconfig,and firstboot || 2010-02-05
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/SSSDByDefault | SSSD By Default ]]|| Include SSSD the default set of base Fedora 13 packages and configure it through authconfig,and firstboot || 2010-02-05
 
|-  
 
|-  
 
|  100%  ||  [[Features/SystemRollbackWithBtrfs | System Rollback<br>With Btrfs ]]|| Allow automatic and manual disk partition backups  || 2010-04-01
 
|  100%  ||  [[Features/SystemRollbackWithBtrfs | System Rollback<br>With Btrfs ]]|| Allow automatic and manual disk partition backups  || 2010-04-01
 
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|-  
| 100%  ||  [[Features/SystemtapStaticProbes | Systemtap Static Probes ]]|| Systemtap allows event tracing of programs when they have static probes inserted  || 2010-03-24
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| 100%  ||  [[Features/SystemtapStaticProbes | Systemtap Static Probes ]]|| Systemtap allows event tracing of programs when they have static probes inserted  || 2010-03-24
 
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|-  
|  100%  ||  [[Features/Sugar_0.88 | Sugar_0.88 ]]|| Provide the latest Sugar Learning Environment, as well as an enhanced activity set, which can be used as a choice in the login screen and possibly a live spin  || 2010-03-30
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/Sugar_0.88 | Sugar_0.88 ]]|| Provide the latest Sugar Learning Environment, as well as an enhanced activity set, which can be used as a choice in the login screen and possibly a live spin  || 2010-03-30
 
|-  
 
|-  
 
|  100%  ||  [[Features/UdisksImprovements | Udisks Improvements ]]|| Add support for LVM (and various other improvements) to the udisks and gnome-disk-utility stack|| 2010-02-15
 
|  100%  ||  [[Features/UdisksImprovements | Udisks Improvements ]]|| Add support for LVM (and various other improvements) to the udisks and gnome-disk-utility stack|| 2010-02-15
 
|-  
 
|-  
|  100%  ||  [[Features/Upstart0.6.0 | Upstart0.6.0 ]]|| Move to the the lastest supported version of Upstart || 2009-12-03
+
|  100%  ||  [[Features/Upstart0.6.0 | Upstart0.6.0 ]]|| Move to the the lastest supported version of Upstart || 2009-12-03
 
|-  
 
|-  
| 100%  ||  [[Features/UserAccountDialog | User Account Dialog ]]|| A new user account dialog tool to create new users and edit user-related information in single-user systems or small deployments. || 2010-03-30
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| 100%  ||  [[Features/UserAccountDialog | User Account Dialog ]]|| A new user account dialog tool to create new users and edit user-related information in single-user systems or small deployments. || 2010-03-30
 
|-  
 
|-  
 
| 100%  ||  [[Features/VHostNet | VHostNet ]]|| Enable kernel acceleration for kvm networking  || 2010-01-26   
 
| 100%  ||  [[Features/VHostNet | VHostNet ]]|| Enable kernel acceleration for kvm networking  || 2010-01-26   
 
|-  
 
|-  
|  100%  ||  [[Features/Virtx2apic | Virtx2apic ]]|| x2apic is an x86 feature that improves performance, especially on large systems. Virt x2apic is a port of this feature for KVM, improving guest performance, especially for guests with many virtual processors  || 2010-04-06
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/Virtx2apic | Virtx2apic ]]|| x2apic is an x86 feature that improves performance, especially on large systems. Virt x2apic is a port of this feature for KVM, improving guest performance, especially for guests with many virtual processors  || 2010-04-06
 
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|-  
|  100%  ||  [[Features/VirtioSerial | Virtio-Serial ]]|| Expose multiple ports to the guest in the form of simple char devices for simple IO between the guest and host userspaces  || 2010-02-08
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/VirtioSerial | Virtio-Serial ]]|| Expose multiple ports to the guest in the form of simple char devices for simple IO between the guest and host userspaces  || 2010-02-08
 
|-  
 
|-  
|  100%  ||  [[Features/Shared_Network_Interface | Virt Shared Network Interface ]]|| Enable guest virtual machines to share a physical network interface (NIC) with other guests and the host operating system  || 2010-03-22
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/Shared_Network_Interface | Virt Shared Network Interface ]]|| Enable guest virtual machines to share a physical network interface (NIC) with other guests and the host operating system  || 2010-03-22
 
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/Zarafa | Zarafa]]|| Zarafa Outlook Sharing is a Microsoft Exchange replacement  || 2010-03-19
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/Zarafa | Zarafa]]|| Zarafa Outlook Sharing is a Microsoft Exchange replacement  || 2010-03-19
 
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Revision as of 10:37, 7 April 2010

Contents


Fedora 13 Accepted Features

These features have been accepted by the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee for the Fedora 13 Release.

Category:FeatureAcceptedF13

 % Complete Name Summary Updated
100% Anaconda Storage Filtering Final pieces of Anaconda storage rewrite 2010-03-24
100% Automatic Print Driver Installation Packages like gutenprint-cups, hpijs, and pbm2l2030 should be installed on-demand when hardware requiring those drivers is detected 2010-02-17
100% Better Webcam Support More webcams supported out of the box with a special focus on dual mode cameras 2010-02-21
100% boot.fedoraproject.org Use very small images (iso, floppy, disk) to bootstrap a machine that then contacts a remote server for boot information to continue the installation process 2010-01-22
100% Boost 1.41 Uplift This feature brings version 1.41.0 of Boost to Fedora 13, together with Boost.MPI. As a side effect, Boost will be built with CMake (instead of BJam) 2010-02-03
100% Dogtag Certificate System Dogtag Certificate System is an enterprise-class open source Certificate Authority (CA) supporting all aspects of certificate lifecycle management including key archival, OCSP and smartcard management 2010-02-04
100% ColorManagement GNOME Color Manager is a session framework that makes it easy to manage, install and generate color profiles in the GNOME desktop 2010-03-24
100% Easier Python Debugging The gdb debugger has been extended so that it can report detailed information on the internals of the Python 2 and Python 3 runtimes 2010-04-06
100% Gnome 2.30 Include Gnome 2.30 2010-04-06
100% Implicit DSO Linking Change ld default to --no-add-needed 2010-02-09
100% IntelliJ IDEA Add Community IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition packages and their dependencies into repositories 2010-03-29
100% KDE44 Rebase to KDE 4.4 and offers new features such as PolicyKit 1 KAuth backend and improved PulseAudio integration 2010-01-21
100% KDE PolicyKit One Qt This feature adds PolicyKit One support to Qt/KDE applications and the KDE desktop 2010-01-28
100% KDE PulseAudio Integration Fedora 13 features improved PulseAudio integration in KDE's Phonon and KMix 2010-01-21
100% KVM Stable PCI Addresses Allow devices in KVM guest virtual machines to retain the same PCI address allocations as other devices are added or removed from the guest configuration 2010-01-26
100% NetBeans_6.8 Re-base to the NetBeans 6.8 2010-02-16
100% NetworkManager Bluetooth DUN NetworkManager now supports easy-to-use Bluetooth Dial-Up Networking (DUN) support 2010-02-15
100% NetworkManager Command Line Control NetworkManager without a GUI 2010-02-16
100% NetworkManager Mobile Status The NetworkManager applet shows the current signal strength, cellular technology (GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSPA or 1x/EVDO etc), and roaming status while connected for cards where this functionality is supported 2010-02-16
100% NFSv4 Default Change the default NFS protocol to version 4 2010-01-18
100% NFS Client IPv6 Support for mounting NFS servers over IPv6 2010-01-18
100% Nouveau DisplayPort Enhanced support for DisplayPort in X and kernel drivers for NVIDIA hardware 2010-03-15
100% Python 3 A packaged version of python 3 that installs in parallel with the Python 2 stack 2010-04-05
100% Radeon DisplayPort Enhanced support for DisplayPort in X and kernel drivers for Radeon hardware 2010-01-18
100% RPM4.8 Update to RPM 4.8 2010-01-08
100% SIP Witch Domain Telephony This feature enables an entirely free software alternative to Skype using standard IETF protocols along with support for direct peer-to-peer secure communications such as possible with ZRTP capable softphones and without need for a mitigating "service provider" 2010-02-07
100% SSSD By Default Include SSSD the default set of base Fedora 13 packages and configure it through authconfig,and firstboot 2010-02-05
100% System Rollback
With Btrfs
Allow automatic and manual disk partition backups 2010-04-01
100% Systemtap Static Probes Systemtap allows event tracing of programs when they have static probes inserted 2010-03-24
100% Sugar_0.88 Provide the latest Sugar Learning Environment, as well as an enhanced activity set, which can be used as a choice in the login screen and possibly a live spin 2010-03-30
100% Udisks Improvements Add support for LVM (and various other improvements) to the udisks and gnome-disk-utility stack 2010-02-15
100% Upstart0.6.0 Move to the the lastest supported version of Upstart 2009-12-03
100% User Account Dialog A new user account dialog tool to create new users and edit user-related information in single-user systems or small deployments. 2010-03-30
100% VHostNet Enable kernel acceleration for kvm networking 2010-01-26
100% Virtx2apic x2apic is an x86 feature that improves performance, especially on large systems. Virt x2apic is a port of this feature for KVM, improving guest performance, especially for guests with many virtual processors 2010-04-06
100% Virtio-Serial Expose multiple ports to the guest in the form of simple char devices for simple IO between the guest and host userspaces 2010-02-08
100% Virt Shared Network Interface Enable guest virtual machines to share a physical network interface (NIC) with other guests and the host operating system 2010-03-22
100% Zarafa Zarafa Outlook Sharing is a Microsoft Exchange replacement 2010-03-19


Fedora 13 Spins


Feature Process