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These changes have been accepted by the Fedora [[Fedora_Engineering_Steering_Committee |Engineering Steering Committee]] for the Fedora 20 Release as System Wide Changes.
 
These changes have been accepted by the Fedora [[Fedora_Engineering_Steering_Committee |Engineering Steering Committee]] for the Fedora 20 Release as System Wide Changes.
  
[[:Category:ChangesAcceptedF20]] and [[:Category:SystemWideChange]]
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[[:Category:ChangeAcceptedF20]] and [[:Category:SystemWideChange]]
  
 
===[[Changes/ARM as Primary | ARM as primary Architecture]]===
 
===[[Changes/ARM as Primary | ARM as primary Architecture]]===
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* Last updated: 2013-07-08
 
* Last updated: 2013-07-08
* Tracking bug:  
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* Tracking bug: [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=998560 #998560]
* Status:  
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* Status: ON_QA
===[[Changes/F20Boost154 | Fedora 20 Boost 1.54 Uplift]]===
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===[[Changes/AppInstaller | Application Installer]]===
This change brings Boost 1.54.0 to Fedora 20.
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We will replace the existing gnome-packagekit frontends (gpk-update-viewer and gpk-application) by a new application.
 
====Owners====
 
====Owners====
* Owner: Petr Machata
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* Owner: Richard Hughes for the implementation, Ryan Lerch and Allan Day for the design
 
* Release notes owner:  
 
* Release notes owner:  
 
====Tracking====
 
====Tracking====
* Last updated: 2013-07-03
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* Last updated: 2013-09-18
* Tracking bug:  
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* Tracking bug: [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=998562 #998562]
* Status:  
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* Status: ON_QA
===[[Changes/Kdump with secureboot | Allow kdump on secureboot machines]]===
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===[[Changes/Bluez5 | Migrate to Bluez 5]]===
Currently kexec/kdump is disabled on machines with secureboot enabled. This feature aims to enable kexec/kdump on such machines.
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BlueZ is the Linux Bluetooth stack for managing wireless Bluetooth devices. In Fedora 20, we are going to switch from BlueZ version 4 to version 5.
 
====Owners====
 
====Owners====
* Owner: Vivek Goyal
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* Owner: Bastien Nocera,  Kalev Lember, and the desktop SIG
 
* Release notes owner:  
 
* Release notes owner:  
 
====Tracking====
 
====Tracking====
* Last updated: (DATE)
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* Last updated: 2013-08-12
* Tracking bug:  
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* Tracking bug: [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=998563 #998563]
* Status:  
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* Status: ON_QA
===[[Changes/LabeledNFS | Enable SELinux Labeled NFS Support]]===
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===[[Changes/F20Boost154 | Fedora 20 Boost 1.54 Uplift]]===
The Linux Kernel has grown support for passing SELinux labels between a client and server using NFS.
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This change brings Boost 1.54.0 to Fedora 20.
 
====Owners====
 
====Owners====
* Owner: Steve Dickson
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* Owner: Petr Machata
 
* Release notes owner:  
 
* Release notes owner:  
 
====Tracking====
 
====Tracking====
* Last updated: Jul 24 2013
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* Last updated: 2013-07-03
* Tracking bug:  
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* Tracking bug: [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=998564 #998564]
* Status:  
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* Status: ON_QA
 
===[[Changes/NetworkManagerBonding | NetworkManager Bonding Support]]===
 
===[[Changes/NetworkManagerBonding | NetworkManager Bonding Support]]===
 
NetworkManager should be able to configure bond master interfaces with commonly used options and recognize their existing configuration on startup without disrupting their operation.
 
NetworkManager should be able to configure bond master interfaces with commonly used options and recognize their existing configuration on startup without disrupting their operation.
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* Release notes owner:  
 
* Release notes owner:  
 
====Tracking====
 
====Tracking====
* Last updated: 2013-07-17
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* Last updated: 2013-10-14
* Tracking bug:  
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* Tracking bug: [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=998567 #998567]
* Status:  
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* Status: ON_QA
 
===[[Changes/NetworkManagerBridging | NetworkManager Bridging Support]]===
 
===[[Changes/NetworkManagerBridging | NetworkManager Bridging Support]]===
 
NetworkManager should be able to configure bridge interfaces with commonly used options and recognize their existing configuration on startup without disrupting their operation.
 
NetworkManager should be able to configure bridge interfaces with commonly used options and recognize their existing configuration on startup without disrupting their operation.
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* Release notes owner:  
 
* Release notes owner:  
 
====Tracking====
 
====Tracking====
* Last updated: 2013-07-17
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* Last updated: 2013-10-14
* Tracking bug:  
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* Tracking bug: [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=998568 #998568]
* Status:  
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* Status: ON_QA
 
===[[Changes/NoDefaultSendmail | No Default Sendmail]]===
 
===[[Changes/NoDefaultSendmail | No Default Sendmail]]===
 
No longer install an MTA by default. (Specifically let's remove sendmail from @core and @standard comps groups.)
 
No longer install an MTA by default. (Specifically let's remove sendmail from @core and @standard comps groups.)
 
====Owners====
 
====Owners====
* Owner: Lennart Poettering, Matthew Miller
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* Owner: Matthew Miller
 
* Release notes owner:  
 
* Release notes owner:  
 
====Tracking====
 
====Tracking====
 
* Last updated: 2013-07-11
 
* Last updated: 2013-07-11
* Tracking bug:  
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* Tracking bug: [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=998571 #998571]
* Status:  
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* Status: ON_QA
 
===[[Changes/NoDefaultSyslog | No Default Syslog]]===
 
===[[Changes/NoDefaultSyslog | No Default Syslog]]===
 
No longer install a traditional syslog service by default. (Specifically, remove rsyslog from the @core or @standard groups in comps.)
 
No longer install a traditional syslog service by default. (Specifically, remove rsyslog from the @core or @standard groups in comps.)
 
====Owners====
 
====Owners====
* Owner: Lennart Poettering, Matthew Miller
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* Owner: Matthew Miller
 
* Release notes owner:  
 
* Release notes owner:  
 
====Tracking====
 
====Tracking====
 
* Last updated: 2013-07-15
 
* Last updated: 2013-07-15
* Tracking bug:  
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* Tracking bug: [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=998573 #998573]
* Status:  
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* Status: ON_QA
 
===[[Changes/Python setuptools 0.7 | python-setuptools update to 0.7.x and greater]]===
 
===[[Changes/Python setuptools 0.7 | python-setuptools update to 0.7.x and greater]]===
 
Update to a new upstream release of python-setuptools that is not completely compatible with previous releases.  The python-setuptools "major" version may be higher than 0.7.x as there's some other structural changes happening that should not affect API.
 
Update to a new upstream release of python-setuptools that is not completely compatible with previous releases.  The python-setuptools "major" version may be higher than 0.7.x as there's some other structural changes happening that should not affect API.
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====Tracking====
 
====Tracking====
 
* Last updated: July 17 2013
 
* Last updated: July 17 2013
* Tracking bug:  
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* Tracking bug: [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=998574 #998574]
* Status:  
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* Status: ON_QA
===[[Changes/SSD cache | SSD cache]]===
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===[[Changes/Ruby on Rails 4.0 | Ruby on Rails 4.0]]===
Using recent kernel (3.9 and later) features for (fast) SSD caching of (slow) ordinary hard disks.
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Ruby on Rails 4.0 is the latest version of well know web framework written in Ruby.
 
====Owners====
 
====Owners====
* Owner: Rolf Fokkens
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* Owner: Vít Ondruch,  Josef Stříbný
 
* Release notes owner:  
 
* Release notes owner:  
 
====Tracking====
 
====Tracking====
* Last updated: 2013-07-08
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* Last updated: 2013-10-11
* Tracking bug:  
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* Tracking bug: [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=998578 #998578]
* Status:  
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* Status: ON_QA
 
===[[Changes/UnversionedDocdirs | Unversioned Docdirs]]===
 
===[[Changes/UnversionedDocdirs | Unversioned Docdirs]]===
 
Install package specific documentation to an unversioned subdir in /usr/share/doc.
 
Install package specific documentation to an unversioned subdir in /usr/share/doc.
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* Release notes owner:  
 
* Release notes owner:  
 
====Tracking====
 
====Tracking====
* Last updated: 2013-07-15
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* Last updated: 2013-08-08
* Tracking bug:  
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* Tracking bug: [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=998579 #998579]
* Status:  
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* Status: ON_QA
 
===[[Changes/VisibleCloud | Visible Cloud]]===
 
===[[Changes/VisibleCloud | Visible Cloud]]===
 
With Fedora 19's  First Class Cloud Images feature, we have Amazon EC2 and downloadable cloud images (in qcow2 and raw.xz format) produced and released together with the traditional desktop installer and and livecd images. Now, let's go to the next level and present the cloud images as equal options.
 
With Fedora 19's  First Class Cloud Images feature, we have Amazon EC2 and downloadable cloud images (in qcow2 and raw.xz format) produced and released together with the traditional desktop installer and and livecd images. Now, let's go to the next level and present the cloud images as equal options.
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====Tracking====
 
====Tracking====
 
* Last updated: July 16, 2013
 
* Last updated: July 16, 2013
* Tracking bug:  
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* Tracking bug: [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=998582 #998582]
* Status:  
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* Status: ON_QA
 
===[[Changes/Web Assets | Web Assets]]===
 
===[[Changes/Web Assets | Web Assets]]===
 
Traditionally, Fedora has been pushing bits from its various servers to people's browsers in an ad-hoc fashion, and issues surrounding JavaScript have been swept under the rug.  This change proposal provides a simple framework for shipping static web content and a way forward to treat JavaScript more closely to other code in the distribution.
 
Traditionally, Fedora has been pushing bits from its various servers to people's browsers in an ad-hoc fashion, and issues surrounding JavaScript have been swept under the rug.  This change proposal provides a simple framework for shipping static web content and a way forward to treat JavaScript more closely to other code in the distribution.
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====Tracking====
 
====Tracking====
 
* Last updated: 2013-07-10
 
* Last updated: 2013-07-10
* Tracking bug:  
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* Tracking bug: [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=998583 #998583]
* Status:  
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* Status: NEW
 
===[[Changes/perl5.18 | Perl 5.18]]===
 
===[[Changes/perl5.18 | Perl 5.18]]===
A new perl 5.18 version brings a lot of changes done over a year of development. See 5.18.0 perldelta for more details.
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A new perl 5.18 version brings a lot of changes done over a year of development. See 5.18.0 perldelta and 5.18.1 perldelta for more details.
 
====Owners====
 
====Owners====
 
* Owner: Jitka Plesníková
 
* Owner: Jitka Plesníková
 
* Release notes owner:  
 
* Release notes owner:  
 
====Tracking====
 
====Tracking====
* Last updated: 2013-07-25
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* Last updated: 2013-10-23
* Tracking bug:  
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* Tracking bug: [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=998584 #998584]
* Status:  
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* Status: ON_QA
 
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These changes have been accepted by the Fedora [[Fedora_Engineering_Steering_Committee |Engineering Steering Committee]] for the Fedora 20 Release as Self Contained Changes.
 
These changes have been accepted by the Fedora [[Fedora_Engineering_Steering_Committee |Engineering Steering Committee]] for the Fedora 20 Release as Self Contained Changes.
  
[[:Category:ChangesAcceptedF20]] and [[:Category:SelfContainedChange]]
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[[:Category:ChangeAcceptedF20]] and [[:Category:SelfContainedChange]]
  
===[[Changes/ARM as Primary | ARM as primary Architecture]]===
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===[[Changes/AcpicaTools | ACPICA Tools Update]]===
Make ARM a primary architecture. Add armv7hl to the i686 and x86_64 as arches that we build and support. This will mean that all packages supported by the ARM architecture must build for ARM to be released. With the release of Fedora 19 we have deprecated support for software floating support (ARMv5tel sfp) so the only proposed addition to primary architectures is currently ARMv7 hardware floating point 32 bit support (ARMv7 hfp 32bit).
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For developers working with the ACPI subsystem, there are tools available from the reference implementation at http://www.acpica.org.  These tools have been restructured over time and the current Fedora packages as a result contain either outdated versions or do not make available a complete set of tools. We propose an acpica-tools package that replaces both the existing iasl package and the the existing pmtools package in order to make all current tools available, and make it more straightforward in the future to keep them up-to-date.
====Owners====
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* Owner: Al Stone
* Owner: Dennis GilmorePeter Robinson
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* Last updated: 2013-08-28 (updated to upstream 20130823)
* Release notes owner:  
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* Completed: yes
====Tracking====
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===[[Changes/DeveloperAssistantGUI | Developer Assistant GUI]]===
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The feature aims to provide GUI for devassistant package.
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* Owner: Bohuslav Kabrda
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* Last updated: 2013-07-15
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* Completed: yes
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===[[Changes/Enlightenment | Enlightenment]]===
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Enlightenment 0.18 a new stable release has been released after 12 years or so of development. As many desktops are being landed on Fedora, Integrating Enlightenment in Fedora can not only enlarge the number of available desktops in Fedora, but also improve user experiences and give users another choice of Desktop Environment.
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* Owner: Rahul Sundaram Christopher Meng, Dan Mashal
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* Last updated: 2013-09-05
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* Completed: yes
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===[[Changes/GLIBC218 | GLIBC 2.18]]===
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Switch GLIBC in Fedora 20 to GLIBC version 2.18
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* Owner: Carlos O'Donell
 
* Last updated: 2013-07-08
 
* Last updated: 2013-07-08
* Tracking bug:
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* Completed: yes
* Status:  
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===[[Changes/Gnome3.10 | GNOME 3.10]]===
===[[Changes/F20Boost154 | Fedora 20 Boost 1.54 Uplift]]===
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Update GNOME to the latest upstream release
This change brings Boost 1.54.0 to Fedora 20.
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* Owner: Matthias Clasen and the desktop SIG
====Owners====
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* Last updated: 2013-08-23
* Owner: Petr Machata
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* Completed: yes
* Release notes owner:
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===[[Changes/Hadoop | Apache Hadoop 2.x]]===
====Tracking====
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Provide native Apache Hadoop packages.
* Last updated: 2013-07-03
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* Owner: Matthew Farrellee
* Tracking bug:
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* Last updated: 29 Oct 2013
* Status:  
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* Completed: yes
===[[Changes/Kdump with secureboot | Allow kdump on secureboot machines]]===
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===[[Changes/IPAv3TransitiveTrusts | Transitive Trusts with Active Directory support for FreeIPA]]===
Currently kexec/kdump is disabled on machines with secureboot enabled. This feature aims to enable kexec/kdump on such machines.
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FreeIPA will support transitive trusts with Active Directory
====Owners====
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* Owner: Alexander Bokovoy
* Owner: Vivek Goyal
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* Last updated: 2013-07-16
* Release notes owner:  
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* Completed: yes
====Tracking====
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===[[Changes/InstallerLVMThinProvisioningSupport | OS Installer Support for LVM Thin Provisioning]]===
* Last updated: (DATE)
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LVM has introduced thin provisioning technology, which provides greatly improved snapshot functionality in addition to thin provisioning capability. This change will make it possible to configure thin provisioning during OS installation.
* Tracking bug:  
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* Owner: David Lehman
* Status:  
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* Last updated: 2013-07-16
===[[Changes/LabeledNFS | Enable SELinux Labeled NFS Support]]===
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* Completed: deferred due to last time regression in Dracut
The Linux Kernel has grown support for passing SELinux labels between a client and server using NFS.
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===[[Changes/KDE411 | KDE Plasma Workspaces 4.11]]===
====Owners====
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Rebase to version 4.11 of: the KDE Plasma Workspaces including the Plasma Desktop and Netbook workspaces, the KDE Applications and the KDE Platform.
* Owner: Steve Dickson
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* Owner: Than Ngo, Lukáš Tinkl, Rex Dieter
* Release notes owner:
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* Last updated: 2013-07-10
====Tracking====
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* Completed: yes
* Last updated: Jul 24 2013
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===[[Changes/NetworkManagerCLIAddConnection | Adding and Editing NetworkManager Connections via CLI]]===
* Tracking bug:
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Support for adding and editing new NetworkManager connections using the nmcli commandline tool.
* Status:  
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===[[Changes/NetworkManagerBonding | NetworkManager Bonding Support]]===
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NetworkManager should be able to configure bond master interfaces with commonly used options and recognize their existing configuration on startup without disrupting their operation.
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====Owners====
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* Owner: Dan Williams
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* Release notes owner:
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====Tracking====
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* Last updated: 2013-07-17
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* Tracking bug:
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* Status:  
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===[[Changes/NetworkManagerBridging | NetworkManager Bridging Support]]===
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NetworkManager should be able to configure bridge interfaces with commonly used options and recognize their existing configuration on startup without disrupting their operation.
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====Owners====
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* Owner: Pavel Šimerda
 
* Owner: Pavel Šimerda
* Release notes owner:
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* Last updated: 2013-10-14
====Tracking====
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* Completed: yes
* Last updated: 2013-07-17
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===[[Changes/Plasma-nm | Plasma-nm]]===
* Tracking bug:
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Replace current network applet in KDE with a new one and bring the latest news in NetworkManager to KDE.
* Status:  
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* Owner: Jan Grulich, Lukáš Tinkl
===[[Changes/NoDefaultSendmail | No Default Sendmail]]===
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* Last updated: 2013-07-16
No longer install an MTA by default. (Specifically let's remove sendmail from @core and @standard comps groups.)
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* Completed: yes
====Owners====
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===[[Changes/SDDMinsteadOfKDM | SDDM as the default KDE display manager instead of KDM]]===
* Owner: Lennart Poettering, Matthew Miller
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Retire KDM as the default display manager of the KDE Fedora Spin in favor of SDDM.
* Release notes owner:
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* Owner: mbriza@redhat.com
====Tracking====
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* Last updated: 2013-07-09
* Last updated: 2013-07-11
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* Completed: yes
* Tracking bug:
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* Status:  
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===[[Changes/NoDefaultSyslog | No Default Syslog]]===
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No longer install a traditional syslog service by default. (Specifically, remove rsyslog from the @core or @standard groups in comps.)
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====Owners====
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* Owner: Lennart Poettering, Matthew Miller
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* Release notes owner:
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====Tracking====
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* Last updated: 2013-07-15
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* Tracking bug:
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* Status:
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===[[Changes/Python setuptools 0.7 | python-setuptools update to 0.7.x and greater]]===
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Update to a new upstream release of python-setuptools that is not completely compatible with previous releases.  The python-setuptools "major" version may be higher than 0.7.x as there's some other structural changes happening that should not affect API.
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====Owners====
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* Owner: Toshio Kuratomi with help from  Bohuslav Kabrda,  Nick Coghlan, and the Python SIG
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* Release notes owner:
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====Tracking====
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* Last updated: July 17 2013
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* Tracking bug:
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* Status:  
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===[[Changes/SSD cache | SSD cache]]===
 
===[[Changes/SSD cache | SSD cache]]===
 
Using recent kernel (3.9 and later) features for (fast) SSD caching of (slow) ordinary hard disks.
 
Using recent kernel (3.9 and later) features for (fast) SSD caching of (slow) ordinary hard disks.
====Owners====
 
 
* Owner: Rolf Fokkens
 
* Owner: Rolf Fokkens
* Release notes owner:
 
====Tracking====
 
 
* Last updated: 2013-07-08
 
* Last updated: 2013-07-08
* Tracking bug:
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* Completed: yes
* Status:  
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===[[Changes/SSSD CIFS plugin | SSSD CIFS plugin]]===
===[[Changes/UnversionedDocdirs | Unversioned Docdirs]]===
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During the F20 development cycle, the SSSD will provide an ID-mapping
Install package specific documentation to an unversioned subdir in /usr/share/doc.
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plugin for cifs-utils so that Windows SIDs can be mapped onto POSIX IDs
====Owners====
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and/or names without requiring Winbind and using the same code as the SSSD uses
* Owner: Ville Skyttä
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for identity information.
* Release notes owner:
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* Owner: Sumit Bose,  Jakub Hrozek
====Tracking====
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* Last updated: 2013-07-12
* Last updated: 2013-07-15
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* Completed: yes
* Tracking bug:
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===[[Changes/SharedCertificateTools | Shared Certificate Tools]]===
* Status:  
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Fedora now has infrastructure for sharing system trusted certificates between the various crypto libraries.
===[[Changes/VisibleCloud | Visible Cloud]]===
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* Owner: Stef Walter
With Fedora 19's  First Class Cloud Images feature, we have Amazon EC2 and downloadable cloud images (in qcow2 and raw.xz format) produced and released together with the traditional desktop installer and and livecd images. Now, let's go to the next level and present the cloud images as equal options.
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* Last updated: July 09, 2013
====Owners====
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* Completed: yes
* Owner: Matthew Miller
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===[[Changes/Sugar-0.100 | Sugar 0.100 (1.0)]]===
* Release notes owner:
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Update Sugar to the new upstream 0.100 (1.0) release.
====Tracking====
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* Owner: Peter Robinson
* Last updated: July 16, 2013
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* Tracking bug:
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* Status:  
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===[[Changes/Web Assets | Web Assets]]===
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Traditionally, Fedora has been pushing bits from its various servers to people's browsers in an ad-hoc fashion, and issues surrounding JavaScript have been swept under the rug. This change proposal provides a simple framework for shipping static web content and a way forward to treat JavaScript more closely to other code in the distribution.
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====Owners====
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* Owner: T.C. Hollingsworth
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* Release notes owner:
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====Tracking====
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* Last updated: 2013-07-10
 
* Last updated: 2013-07-10
* Tracking bug:
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* Completed: yes
* Status:  
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===[[Changes/Vagrant | Vagrant]]===
===[[Changes/perl5.18 | Perl 5.18]]===
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Provide Vagrant http://www.vagrantup.com/ with the KVM plugin.
A new perl 5.18 version brings a lot of changes done over a year of development. See 5.18.0 perldelta for more details.
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* Owner: Alex Drahon
====Owners====
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* Last updated: 2013-07-10
* Owner: Jitka Plesníková
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* Completed: no
* Release notes owner:  
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===[[Changes/Virt ACLs | Role based access control with libvirt]]===
====Tracking====
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Allow role based access control with libvirt.
* Last updated: 2013-07-25
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* Owner: Cole Robinson
* Tracking bug:  
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* Last updated: 2013-06-11
* Status:
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* Completed: yes
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===[[Changes/Virt ARM on x86 | ARM on x86 with libvirt/virt-manager]]===
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Fix running ARM VMs on x86 hosts using standard libvirt tools libvirt virsh, virt-manager and virt-install.
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* Owner: Cole Robinson
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* Last updated: 2013-06-11
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* Completed: yes
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===[[Changes/Virt Manager Snapshots | VM Snapshot UI with virt-manager]]===
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Add UI to virt-manager for easily managing VM snapshots.
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* Owner: Cole Robinson
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* Last updated: 2013-06-11
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* Completed: yes
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===[[Changes/WildFly8 | WildFly 8]]===
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WildFly 8 is the next version of the application server previously known as JBoss Application Server. With the version 8 it makes it possible to run your Java EE 7 applications and much more!
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* Owner: Marek Goldmann
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* Last updated: Marek Goldmann (talk) 12:05, 9 September 2013 (UTC)
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* Completed: yes
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===[[Changes/X2Go | X2Go]]===
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The X2Go project has taken over development of the old NX libraries and has developed new clients and server code around it.  We will move to use the X2Go NX library in Fedora and include the full X2Go suite.
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* Owner: Orion Poplawski
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* Last updated: 2013-7-15
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* Completed: yes

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[edit] Fedora 20 Accepted System Wide Changes Proposals

These changes have been accepted by the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee for the Fedora 20 Release as System Wide Changes.

Category:ChangeAcceptedF20 and Category:SystemWideChange

[edit] ARM as primary Architecture

Make ARM a primary architecture. Add armv7hl to the i686 and x86_64 as arches that we build and support. This will mean that all packages supported by the ARM architecture must build for ARM to be released. With the release of Fedora 19 we have deprecated support for software floating support (ARMv5tel sfp) so the only proposed addition to primary architectures is currently ARMv7 hardware floating point 32 bit support (ARMv7 hfp 32bit).

[edit] Owners

  • Owner: Dennis Gilmore, Peter Robinson
  • Release notes owner:

[edit] Tracking

  • Last updated: 2013-07-08
  • Tracking bug: #998560
  • Status: ON_QA

[edit] Application Installer

We will replace the existing gnome-packagekit frontends (gpk-update-viewer and gpk-application) by a new application.

[edit] Owners

  • Owner: Richard Hughes for the implementation, Ryan Lerch and Allan Day for the design
  • Release notes owner:

[edit] Tracking

  • Last updated: 2013-09-18
  • Tracking bug: #998562
  • Status: ON_QA

[edit] Migrate to Bluez 5

BlueZ is the Linux Bluetooth stack for managing wireless Bluetooth devices. In Fedora 20, we are going to switch from BlueZ version 4 to version 5.

[edit] Owners

  • Owner: Bastien Nocera, Kalev Lember, and the desktop SIG
  • Release notes owner:

[edit] Tracking

  • Last updated: 2013-08-12
  • Tracking bug: #998563
  • Status: ON_QA

[edit] Fedora 20 Boost 1.54 Uplift

This change brings Boost 1.54.0 to Fedora 20.

[edit] Owners

  • Owner: Petr Machata
  • Release notes owner:

[edit] Tracking

  • Last updated: 2013-07-03
  • Tracking bug: #998564
  • Status: ON_QA

[edit] NetworkManager Bonding Support

NetworkManager should be able to configure bond master interfaces with commonly used options and recognize their existing configuration on startup without disrupting their operation.

[edit] Owners

  • Owner: Dan Williams
  • Release notes owner:

[edit] Tracking

  • Last updated: 2013-10-14
  • Tracking bug: #998567
  • Status: ON_QA

[edit] NetworkManager Bridging Support

NetworkManager should be able to configure bridge interfaces with commonly used options and recognize their existing configuration on startup without disrupting their operation.

[edit] Owners

  • Owner: Pavel Šimerda
  • Release notes owner:

[edit] Tracking

  • Last updated: 2013-10-14
  • Tracking bug: #998568
  • Status: ON_QA

[edit] No Default Sendmail

No longer install an MTA by default. (Specifically let's remove sendmail from @core and @standard comps groups.)

[edit] Owners

  • Owner: Matthew Miller
  • Release notes owner:

[edit] Tracking

  • Last updated: 2013-07-11
  • Tracking bug: #998571
  • Status: ON_QA

[edit] No Default Syslog

No longer install a traditional syslog service by default. (Specifically, remove rsyslog from the @core or @standard groups in comps.)

[edit] Owners

  • Owner: Matthew Miller
  • Release notes owner:

[edit] Tracking

  • Last updated: 2013-07-15
  • Tracking bug: #998573
  • Status: ON_QA

[edit] python-setuptools update to 0.7.x and greater

Update to a new upstream release of python-setuptools that is not completely compatible with previous releases. The python-setuptools "major" version may be higher than 0.7.x as there's some other structural changes happening that should not affect API.

[edit] Owners

  • Owner: Toshio Kuratomi with help from Bohuslav Kabrda, Nick Coghlan, and the Python SIG
  • Release notes owner:

[edit] Tracking

  • Last updated: July 17 2013
  • Tracking bug: #998574
  • Status: ON_QA

[edit] Ruby on Rails 4.0

Ruby on Rails 4.0 is the latest version of well know web framework written in Ruby.

[edit] Owners

  • Owner: Vít Ondruch, Josef Stříbný
  • Release notes owner:

[edit] Tracking

  • Last updated: 2013-10-11
  • Tracking bug: #998578
  • Status: ON_QA

[edit] Unversioned Docdirs

Install package specific documentation to an unversioned subdir in /usr/share/doc.

[edit] Owners

  • Owner: Ville Skyttä
  • Release notes owner:

[edit] Tracking

  • Last updated: 2013-08-08
  • Tracking bug: #998579
  • Status: ON_QA

[edit] Visible Cloud

With Fedora 19's First Class Cloud Images feature, we have Amazon EC2 and downloadable cloud images (in qcow2 and raw.xz format) produced and released together with the traditional desktop installer and and livecd images. Now, let's go to the next level and present the cloud images as equal options.

[edit] Owners

  • Owner: Matthew Miller
  • Release notes owner:

[edit] Tracking

  • Last updated: July 16, 2013
  • Tracking bug: #998582
  • Status: ON_QA

[edit] Web Assets

Traditionally, Fedora has been pushing bits from its various servers to people's browsers in an ad-hoc fashion, and issues surrounding JavaScript have been swept under the rug. This change proposal provides a simple framework for shipping static web content and a way forward to treat JavaScript more closely to other code in the distribution.

[edit] Owners

  • Owner: T.C. Hollingsworth
  • Release notes owner:

[edit] Tracking

  • Last updated: 2013-07-10
  • Tracking bug: #998583
  • Status: NEW

[edit] Perl 5.18

A new perl 5.18 version brings a lot of changes done over a year of development. See 5.18.0 perldelta and 5.18.1 perldelta for more details.

[edit] Owners

  • Owner: Jitka Plesníková
  • Release notes owner:

[edit] Tracking

  • Last updated: 2013-10-23
  • Tracking bug: #998584
  • Status: ON_QA

[edit] Fedora 20 Accepted Self Contained Changes Proposals

These changes have been accepted by the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee for the Fedora 20 Release as Self Contained Changes.

Category:ChangeAcceptedF20 and Category:SelfContainedChange

[edit] ACPICA Tools Update

For developers working with the ACPI subsystem, there are tools available from the reference implementation at http://www.acpica.org. These tools have been restructured over time and the current Fedora packages as a result contain either outdated versions or do not make available a complete set of tools. We propose an acpica-tools package that replaces both the existing iasl package and the the existing pmtools package in order to make all current tools available, and make it more straightforward in the future to keep them up-to-date.

  • Owner: Al Stone
  • Last updated: 2013-08-28 (updated to upstream 20130823)
  • Completed: yes

[edit] Developer Assistant GUI

The feature aims to provide GUI for devassistant package.

  • Owner: Bohuslav Kabrda
  • Last updated: 2013-07-15
  • Completed: yes

[edit] Enlightenment

Enlightenment 0.18 a new stable release has been released after 12 years or so of development. As many desktops are being landed on Fedora, Integrating Enlightenment in Fedora can not only enlarge the number of available desktops in Fedora, but also improve user experiences and give users another choice of Desktop Environment.

  • Owner: Rahul Sundaram , Christopher Meng, Dan Mashal
  • Last updated: 2013-09-05
  • Completed: yes

[edit] GLIBC 2.18

Switch GLIBC in Fedora 20 to GLIBC version 2.18

  • Owner: Carlos O'Donell
  • Last updated: 2013-07-08
  • Completed: yes

[edit] GNOME 3.10

Update GNOME to the latest upstream release

  • Owner: Matthias Clasen and the desktop SIG
  • Last updated: 2013-08-23
  • Completed: yes

[edit] Apache Hadoop 2.x

Provide native Apache Hadoop packages.

  • Owner: Matthew Farrellee
  • Last updated: 29 Oct 2013
  • Completed: yes

[edit] Transitive Trusts with Active Directory support for FreeIPA

FreeIPA will support transitive trusts with Active Directory

  • Owner: Alexander Bokovoy
  • Last updated: 2013-07-16
  • Completed: yes

[edit] OS Installer Support for LVM Thin Provisioning

LVM has introduced thin provisioning technology, which provides greatly improved snapshot functionality in addition to thin provisioning capability. This change will make it possible to configure thin provisioning during OS installation.

  • Owner: David Lehman
  • Last updated: 2013-07-16
  • Completed: deferred due to last time regression in Dracut

[edit] KDE Plasma Workspaces 4.11

Rebase to version 4.11 of: the KDE Plasma Workspaces including the Plasma Desktop and Netbook workspaces, the KDE Applications and the KDE Platform.

  • Owner: Than Ngo, Lukáš Tinkl, Rex Dieter
  • Last updated: 2013-07-10
  • Completed: yes

[edit] Adding and Editing NetworkManager Connections via CLI

Support for adding and editing new NetworkManager connections using the nmcli commandline tool.

  • Owner: Pavel Šimerda
  • Last updated: 2013-10-14
  • Completed: yes

[edit] Plasma-nm

Replace current network applet in KDE with a new one and bring the latest news in NetworkManager to KDE.

  • Owner: Jan Grulich, Lukáš Tinkl
  • Last updated: 2013-07-16
  • Completed: yes

[edit] SDDM as the default KDE display manager instead of KDM

Retire KDM as the default display manager of the KDE Fedora Spin in favor of SDDM.

  • Owner: mbriza@redhat.com
  • Last updated: 2013-07-09
  • Completed: yes

[edit] SSD cache

Using recent kernel (3.9 and later) features for (fast) SSD caching of (slow) ordinary hard disks.

  • Owner: Rolf Fokkens
  • Last updated: 2013-07-08
  • Completed: yes

[edit] SSSD CIFS plugin

During the F20 development cycle, the SSSD will provide an ID-mapping plugin for cifs-utils so that Windows SIDs can be mapped onto POSIX IDs and/or names without requiring Winbind and using the same code as the SSSD uses for identity information.

  • Owner: Sumit Bose, Jakub Hrozek
  • Last updated: 2013-07-12
  • Completed: yes

[edit] Shared Certificate Tools

Fedora now has infrastructure for sharing system trusted certificates between the various crypto libraries.

  • Owner: Stef Walter
  • Last updated: July 09, 2013
  • Completed: yes

[edit] Sugar 0.100 (1.0)

Update Sugar to the new upstream 0.100 (1.0) release.

  • Owner: Peter Robinson
  • Last updated: 2013-07-10
  • Completed: yes

[edit] Vagrant

Provide Vagrant http://www.vagrantup.com/ with the KVM plugin.

  • Owner: Alex Drahon
  • Last updated: 2013-07-10
  • Completed: no

[edit] Role based access control with libvirt

Allow role based access control with libvirt.

  • Owner: Cole Robinson
  • Last updated: 2013-06-11
  • Completed: yes

[edit] ARM on x86 with libvirt/virt-manager

Fix running ARM VMs on x86 hosts using standard libvirt tools libvirt virsh, virt-manager and virt-install.

  • Owner: Cole Robinson
  • Last updated: 2013-06-11
  • Completed: yes

[edit] VM Snapshot UI with virt-manager

Add UI to virt-manager for easily managing VM snapshots.

  • Owner: Cole Robinson
  • Last updated: 2013-06-11
  • Completed: yes

[edit] WildFly 8

WildFly 8 is the next version of the application server previously known as JBoss Application Server. With the version 8 it makes it possible to run your Java EE 7 applications and much more!

  • Owner: Marek Goldmann
  • Last updated: Marek Goldmann (talk) 12:05, 9 September 2013 (UTC)
  • Completed: yes

[edit] X2Go

The X2Go project has taken over development of the old NX libraries and has developed new clients and server code around it. We will move to use the X2Go NX library in Fedora and include the full X2Go suite.

  • Owner: Orion Poplawski
  • Last updated: 2013-7-15
  • Completed: yes