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|  10% || [[Features/KRB5CacheMove | KRB5 Credential Cache Move]] || Changes the default location of Kerberos credential cache from living in /tmp/krb5cc_UID_XXXXXX to being /run/user/$USERNAME/krb5cc || 2012-02-23
 
|  10% || [[Features/KRB5CacheMove | KRB5 Credential Cache Move]] || Changes the default location of Kerberos credential cache from living in /tmp/krb5cc_UID_XXXXXX to being /run/user/$USERNAME/krb5cc || 2012-02-23
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| 25% || [[Features/KRB5DirCache | KRB5 DIR: Credential Caches]] || Kerberos 1.10 added a new cache storage type, DIR: which allows Kerberos to maintain TGTs for multiple KDCs simultaneously and auto-select between them when negotiating with Kerberized resources. Fedora should switch to using the DIR: cache format over the older FILE: cache format to support accessing mulitple Kerberos realms. || 2012-05-01
 
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| 30% || [[Features/RealHotspot | NetworkManager Hotspots]] || This enhancement to NetworkManager will enable easy-to-use AP-mode for supported hardware, which solves compatibility problems and provides a smoother user experience. || 2012-01-24
 
| 30% || [[Features/RealHotspot | NetworkManager Hotspots]] || This enhancement to NetworkManager will enable easy-to-use AP-mode for supported hardware, which solves compatibility problems and provides a smoother user experience. || 2012-01-24
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| 50% || [[Features/NewInstallerUI | New Installer UI]] || Enhancing the anaconda installer with a new user interface, improving both the end-user experience as well as ease of implementation of new features, particularly new storage technologies, for developers. || 2012-05-07
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| 0% || [[Features/OpenShift_Origin | OpenShift Origin]] || OpenShift Origin is a cloud application platform as a service (PaaS). It is the open-sourced, community-supported version of the OpenShift service. || 2012-05-08
 
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| 100% || [[Features/pcre8.30 | PCRE 8.30]] || Upgrade to PCRE (Perl-Compatible Regular Expression) library 8.30 or newer. || 2012-02-28
 
| 100% || [[Features/pcre8.30 | PCRE 8.30]] || Upgrade to PCRE (Perl-Compatible Regular Expression) library 8.30 or newer. || 2012-02-28

Revision as of 15:36, 28 May 2012

Fedora 18 Accepted Features

These features have been accepted by the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee for the Fedora 18 Release.

Category:FeatureAcceptedF18

 % Complete Name Summary Updated
10% KRB5 Credential Cache Move Changes the default location of Kerberos credential cache from living in /tmp/krb5cc_UID_XXXXXX to being /run/user/$USERNAME/krb5cc 2012-02-23
25% KRB5 DIR: Credential Caches Kerberos 1.10 added a new cache storage type, DIR: which allows Kerberos to maintain TGTs for multiple KDCs simultaneously and auto-select between them when negotiating with Kerberized resources. Fedora should switch to using the DIR: cache format over the older FILE: cache format to support accessing mulitple Kerberos realms. 2012-05-01
30% NetworkManager Hotspots This enhancement to NetworkManager will enable easy-to-use AP-mode for supported hardware, which solves compatibility problems and provides a smoother user experience. 2012-01-24
50% New Installer UI Enhancing the anaconda installer with a new user interface, improving both the end-user experience as well as ease of implementation of new features, particularly new storage technologies, for developers. 2012-05-07
0% OpenShift Origin OpenShift Origin is a cloud application platform as a service (PaaS). It is the open-sourced, community-supported version of the OpenShift service. 2012-05-08
100% PCRE 8.30 Upgrade to PCRE (Perl-Compatible Regular Expression) library 8.30 or newer. 2012-02-28
0% Rework Package Groups Reorganize how the distribution is constructed. 2012-02-14
0% RPM 4.10 Update RPM to 4.10 2011-12-02
100% procps-ng Migration from legacy procps tools to procps-ng (next generation procps tools) 2012-03-07

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