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Fedora Core 5 Released early?

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According to one thread on the fedoraforum, some final isos are already on mirrors.

Thanks to the watchful eye of newcomer Cowboy, this information has been leaked. Uploads that usually start a few days before announcements to give mirrors time to sync are sometimes detected by anxious users. This is the case this time. Download speeds are limited, but for the over-anxious:

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