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The Fedora 11 release cycle was the first cycle in which the Marketing team adopted a time-based release schedule.
 
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Revision as of 19:42, 16 August 2010

Introduction

There are two types of milestones: milestones that happen for every release cycle (covered in the /Generic schedule template), and milestones that are specific to that release cycle (usually a special project or short-term focus).

To create the schedule cycle for each release, we start with the /Generic schedule template, fill it in with dates for that specific release, and then create and add milestones for special projects within that 6-month cycle. That's it!

Current release cycle

Generic release cycle

Each cycle is taken from this /Generic schedule template, which outlines what things Marketing generally needs to do for each release, and when we need to do them.

Past release cycles

The Fedora 11 release cycle was the first cycle in which the Marketing team adopted a time-based release schedule.