The future of Fedora is realistically dependent on the independent Linux-based projects and potential contributors, including yourself. We welcome you to join.
Before every new release, Fedora developers request feedback. Based on requirements and working on fulfilling requests from Fedora users, Red Hat customers, and partners, we will progress towards a new release based upon the schedule. A list of targets for new features and enhancements for the following releases are available.
Historical release details
|Release||Schedule page||Feature list||Bugs Targeted ||Blockers|
|Fedora 13 (Goddard)||Schedule||Features||See Tracker Page||See Tracker Page|
|Fedora 12 (Constantine)||Schedule||Features||See Tracker Page||See Tracker Page|
|Fedora 11 (Leonidas)||Schedule||Features||See Tracker Page||See Tracker Page|
|Fedora 10 (Cambridge)||Schedule||Features||See Tracker Page||See Tracker Page|
|Fedora 9 (Sulphur)||Schedule||Features||Target Bugs||Blockers|
|Fedora 8 (Werewolf)||Schedule||Features||Target Bugs||Blockers|
|Fedora 7 (Moonshine)||Schedule||Features|
- 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.
- 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.