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Fedora 25

currently in development.

Alpha announcement

Fedora 24

to be completed, has been released.

Fedora 23

to be completed, has been released.

Fedora 22

to be completed, has been released.

Fedora 21

Fedora 21 for Power is currently in development. We will be attempting to follow primary's Fedora 21 schedule as closely as possible.

With Fedora 21 we plan to introduce the new ppc64le architecture. See the PPC64LE Tracker Bug

Blocker Bugs


Fedora 20

Current Status
Fedora 20 has been released December 19th, 2013. Read more about it in the F20 Release Announcement

With Fedora 20 we have completed the deprecation of yaboot and replaced it with GRUB2 to boot the install media. Please see bug #998030 for details.

Blocker Bugs

Milestone Release Criteria

Milestone Checklists

Fedora 19

Fedora 19 Current Status
Fedora 19 for Power was released on July 3rd, 2013. Please see the release announcement

Blocker Bugs

Milestone Checklists

Fedora 18

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Fedora 18 no longer supported
With the release of Fedora 20, Fedora 18 is no longer supported and will get no updates anymore.
Fedora 18 Current Status
RC5 has been blessed as the GA and has been released to the mirrors. It was announced on Tuesday, January 21st 2013. The below information is for historical purposes until F19 branches from Rawhide.

Milestone Checklists

Areas of Focus

Tracking Bugs

Fedora rebuild efforts

There are currently efforts ongoing to recompile all packages in preparation for a F-21 release.

This is the current status of the package rebuild: