Fedora 18 Accepted Features
These features have been accepted by the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee for the Fedora 18 Release.
|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|
Fedora 18 Spins
- The process for adding, proposing, and accepting new features into Fedora is on the Feature Process page.
- The deadline for proposing new features is the Feature Submission Deadline Fedora 18 Schedule
- Feature pages in process but not targeted for a particular release can be found in Category:FeaturePageIncomplete