Releases/18/Schedule

From FedoraProject

< Releases | 18(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
(fixed branch freeze date)
(Upstream Project Schedules update for Fedora 18)
Line 61: Line 61:
  
 
Links to other significant project schedules--useful for seeing see how Fedora aligns with them.
 
Links to other significant project schedules--useful for seeing see how Fedora aligns with them.
 +
 +
* Gnome 3.6 -- [http://live.gnome.org/ThreePointFive September 26, 2012]
 +
* KDE 4.9 -- [http://techbase.kde.org/Schedules/KDE4/4.9_Release_Schedule August 01, 2012]
 +
* LibreOffice 3.6 -- [http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/ReleasePlan Week 31, July 30 - August 5, 2012]

Revision as of 12:05, 2 July 2012

Note.png
Fedora 18 Schedule
This is the release schedule for Fedora 18. Other schedules are maintained for historical purposes on this page.

Contents

Key Features

Key Milestones

2012-05-29 Fedora 17 Release
Planning & Development Begins
2012-07-24 Feature Submission Deadline
2012-08-07 Feature Freeze--Planning & Development Ends
2012-08-07 Branch Fedora 18 from Rawhide-- Branch Freeze
2012-08-14 Software String Freeze
2012-08-14 Alpha Change Deadline
2012-08-28 Alpha Release
2012-09-11 Software Translation Deadline
2012-09-18 Beta Change Deadline
Features 100% Complete
2012-10-02 Beta Release
2012-10-22 Final Change Deadline
2012-10-24 Compose 'Final' RC
2012-11-06 Fedora 18 Final Release
Note.png
Time of Release
Historically Test and General Availability releases happen at 10:00am Eastern US Time on a Tuesday, which is either 1500UTC or 1400UTC depending on daylight savings in the United States. See Releases/Schedule for more information about scheduling methodology and schedule milestone definitions
Note.png
Targeted General Availability Date
Historically Fedora strives to release a new distribution every six months or so, on a Tuesday as close as possible to October 31st and May 1st of each year.

Detailed Schedules

Upstream Project Schedules

Links to other significant project schedules--useful for seeing see how Fedora aligns with them.