On Mon, 2008-08-11 at 13:02 -0400, Jesse Keating wrote:
The Fedora 10 Beta freeze is scheduled for the 19th of Aug, one week
one day away. I know it hasn't been very long since the Alpha release,
but that's how we roll here in the land of 6 month release cycles.
Beta freeze also marks the Feature freeze, so it is very important that
you get your features into working, testable shape by then, or be
prepared to try your feature again for Fedora 11.
We'd like to treat rawhide as a slushy freeze at this point, we'll be
doing full composes against rawhide to test for various things and be
ahead of the curve come actual freeze time, so we'd like you to not land
any really dangerous changes without extensive testing first, and
notification to the Fedora lists about your scary change. If we all
work together we can get through the beta freeze period quickly and be
on to the bugfixing mode after beta releases.
is the current
schedule, although releng/Fesco/Board has the ability to change the
schedule as needed. This week's meetings of the various boards, sigs,
groups, etc.. should focus on Beta readiness. It would be good to take
a moment to see what state your area of interest is in, and how likely
it would be that said area of interest will be in a "testable" shape by
the Beta freeze. If more (reasonable) time is needed, now is the time
to let the project know so that we can effectively manage the remainder
of our release schedule.
Thanks for all your hard work in making Fedora 10 great!
Well, it's been an interesting couple of weeks to say the least.
We moved our freeze date to reflect the situation. The new freeze date
is Sept. 9, which is in 7 days. This is a friendly reminder that the
freeze is coming up, and coming up quickly.
I realize that rawhide has been less than great lately, and we're
working quite hard to fix the issues. The installer images from the
30th may be of use in getting rawhide installed and then updating to
what is in the public repos. See
(please only grab the installer images from there, not the entire tree)
Fedora -- Freedom² is a feature!