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* http://danwalsh.livejournal.com/31146.html - Dan Walsh on SELinux sandbox
 
   
 
   
 
* Contact KDE SIG and gather important changes. Phonon has changed to gstreamer backend in Alpha release and was not mentioned. So call it out in the Beta release.  
 
* Contact KDE SIG and gather important changes. Phonon has changed to gstreamer backend in Alpha release and was not mentioned. So call it out in the Beta release.  

Revision as of 03:15, 21 September 2009

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This is a DRAFT for feedback. Do not rely on any information here.

Beta is not released yet.

Quick notes:

  • Hybrid ISO - earlier revision in Alpha release notes history. Confirm that it works well before adding it here
  • Moblin - Explain in detail with potentially a screencast
  • GNOME Shell - Ogg Screencast possibly with voice over
  • Yum Presto - In GNOME and KDE groups. Deltarpms are being generated in Rawhide again.
  • Abrt - whats the status?
  • Anaconda MDRaid - Explain in detail
  • Lower Process Capabilities
  • Contact KDE SIG and gather important changes. Phonon has changed to gstreamer backend in Alpha release and was not mentioned. So call it out in the Beta release.

Additional sources:

  • Look at F11 Preview release notes and use it as a template
  • Read rawhide reports in between alpha and beta release for new packages as well as import changes worth noting here
  • Quickly skimp through all threads in fedora-devel and fedora-test list for note worthy changes
  • Read Planet Fedora and reference developer blogs when important changes are mentioned
  • Consult with QA team and make sure note worth issues are mentioned. If anything needs explicit testing, highlight it

Unsure status:

Dennis Gilmore mentioned that one of the secondary architectures might have a beta release. Followup on that

Last step:

Once you have a good draft, send it over to the fedora-devel and fedora-test list for feedback. Do it once before a week and once again two days before beta release.