Fedora 10 Release Pushed Back
Written by Michael Larabel in Fedora on 24 September 2008 at 08:02 PM EDT. 1 Comment
Fedora 10 Alpha was delivered in early August and remains the latest development release for this upcoming Cambridge release (aside from those tracking Fedora Rawhide). The next release, Fedora 10 Beta, was previously delayed and was supposed to make it out the door yesterday. However, that didn't happen.

Red Hat has pushed back the release of Fedora 10 Beta by one week and the final release of Fedora 10 "Cambridge". The beta release is now scheduled to make it out on 30th of September and the final release on the 25th of November. Filling the void between the beta and final releases is a preview release that's tentatively slated for the 4th of November. The Fedora 10 release schedule can be viewed on the Fedora Wiki.
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