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! Release !! Schedule page !! Feature list !! Bug Tracking <ref>The Target tracker is a nice to have fixed list of bugs for a release. It is a convenient way to separate them from all the other open bugs.</ref><ref>Issues that affect the critical path stuff (graphics, installer, network) have a lower barrier because fixing them with updates is much more disrupting.<BR> For more info, view [[Blocker_Bug_FAQ| Bugs Targeted & Blocker Bug FAQ]].</ref>
 
! Release !! Schedule page !! Feature list !! Bug Tracking <ref>The Target tracker is a nice to have fixed list of bugs for a release. It is a convenient way to separate them from all the other open bugs.</ref><ref>Issues that affect the critical path stuff (graphics, installer, network) have a lower barrier because fixing them with updates is much more disrupting.<BR> For more info, view [[Blocker_Bug_FAQ| Bugs Targeted & Blocker Bug FAQ]].</ref>
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| {{FedoraVersion|full|19}} || [[Releases/19/Schedule | Schedule]] || [[Releases/19/FeatureList | Features]] || [[BugZappers/HouseKeeping/Trackers#Fedora_19 | Tracker Page]]
 
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Revision as of 13:43, 8 December 2013

Fedora is primarily sponsored by Red Hat. However the future of Fedora is driven by independent free and open source upstream projects and potential contributors, including yourself. We welcome you to join. Fedora is a integration point for a large number of upstream projects and strives to bring you the best of free and open source software including new innovations about every six months.

The current development schedule for the next release, Fedora 21 (TBA), is found on the Schedule page. A full list of features under development is found on the FeatureList page.

Historical release details

Release Schedule page Feature list Bug Tracking [1][2]
Fedora 20 (Heisenbug) Schedule Features Tracker Page
Fedora 19 (Schrödinger's Cat) Schedule Features Tracker Page
Fedora 18 (Spherical Cow) Schedule Features Tracker Page
Fedora 17 (Beefy Miracle) Schedule Features Tracker Page
Fedora 16 (Verne) Schedule Features Tracker Page
Fedora 15 (Lovelock) Schedule Features Tracker Page
Fedora 14 (Laughlin) Schedule Features Tracker Page
Fedora 13 (Goddard) Schedule Features Tracker Page
Fedora 12 (Constantine) Schedule Features Tracker Page
Fedora 11 (Leonidas) Schedule Features Tracker Page
Fedora 10 (Cambridge) Schedule Features Tracker Page
Fedora 9 (Sulphur) Schedule Features Target Bugs, Blockers
Fedora 8 (Werewolf) Schedule Features Target Bugs, Blockers
Fedora 7 (Moonshine) Schedule Features


  1. The Target tracker is a nice to have fixed list of bugs for a release. It is a convenient way to separate them from all the other open bugs.
  2. Issues that affect the critical path stuff (graphics, installer, network) have a lower barrier because fixing them with updates is much more disrupting.
    For more info, view Bugs Targeted & Blocker Bug FAQ.

Older releases