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For ten years, the Fedora Project has provided a distribution at the leading edge of the open source ecosystem.  Fedora's releases have offered the latest technologies, integrating new and exciting upstream developments and forging them into a vast and diverse set of packages.
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Users have built powerful desktops, reliable servers, and more recently versatile cloud instances from the high quality packages in the Fedora repository.  Fedora's strong commitment to upstream integrity gives developers a place to showcase their work and benefit from Fedora's active testing and development volunteers.
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In those ten years, much has changed. The Fedora.next initiative represents a considered strategy for maintaining the quality of the distribution and Fedora's position in introducing new technologies, while also providing a more consistent target for developers.
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Latest revision as of 01:34, 20 September 2016

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Work on beats has now moved to git at https://pagure.io/fedora-docs/release-notes. If you have changes or additions, please contact the docs team via #fedora-docs, docs@lists.fedoraproject.org, or with the release-notes BZ component.