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Announcing Fedora 8 Test 3 (7.92) (2007-10-04)
The Fedora Project is pleased to announce Fedora 8 Test 3 (7.92)!
Test 3 is for "beta" users, but we MUST have as much community involvement as possible to test the new features and stomp out bugs ! Download F8test3 today as either a full DVD or a Live image, try it out, and help us make Fedora 8 as good as it can be.
For more information, refer to the Release Notes .
Announcing Fedora 7 (Moonshine) (2007-05-31)
The Fedora Project is pleased to announce the final release of Fedora 7 (Moonshine)!
Fedora 7 is the first release where the development was one hundred and one per-cent in the community. How? All the code was merged into a single external repository. Why? Same great distribution quality, even more high-quality developers able to work directly with the code and improve the flavor of over 7500 packages.
For more information see https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-announce-list/2007-May/msg00009.html
Fedora 7 -- what, when, and why (2007-05-08)
The next version of Fedora will be released on May 31st. It will be called "Fedora 7" -- not "Fedora Core 7". It's the most ambitious release of Fedora that we've undertaken, and I hope that when we look back at Fedora 7 one or two years down the road, the decisions that we made for this release will have proven to be as impactful as anything we've done in the Fedora space since the start of the Fedora Project.
In one sentence: "Fedora 7 has been about improving the manner in which all future Fedora releases will be made."
Send Us Your Hardware Profile
If you have been looking for a easy way to contribute to the Fedora Project, here is your chance. Show us what hardware you are running Fedora on. It will help the project focus its development efforts and make more hardware work better with Fedora and Linux in general. Take a look at the announcement for more details. Thank you.