The Fedora Project has announced the retirement of Fedora 33 just 13 months after its official release. It introduced some fairly big changes with the inclusion of GNOME 3.38 and BTRFS.
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The Fedora Project has made Fedora 34 beta available for download. This version comes with GNOME 40, PipeWire, and transparent compression in BTRFS which will extend the life of SSDs.
Fedora 31 is set to reach its end of life next Tuesday. People that are still running this old version of Fedora are strongly urged to upgrade their system before they stop receiving security updates.
The Fedora Project has announced the availability of Fedora 32. It includes a raft of new software packages, introduces GNOME 3.36, and includes EarlyOOM which stops low-memory systems from hanging.
The Fedora Project has announced the End Of Life status for Fedora 28. Those still running that version should upgrade to ensure that they continue to receive software and security updates.
The Fedora Project has announced the End Of Life status for Fedora 27. Those still using that version should upgrade to ensure that they continue to receive software and security updates.
The Fedora Project is celebrating 15 years since it launched Fedora Core 1. As a gift to the community, a virtual image has been compiled for use in GNOME Boxes that comes with Fedora 29.
The Fedora Project has released Fedora 29. The new upgrade comes with new software including GNOME 3.30. The project noted that the release comes almost 15 years after Fedora Core 1 was announced.
The Fedora Project has announced that Fedora 26 has reached the end of its life as of May 29th. If you're still using this release, it's very important that you upgrade to get security updates.
The Fedora Project has released Fedora 27 as a beta with the final release due in November. Unfortunately, the Server ISOs were delayed for a month and there are no 32-bit version available.