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Fedora 26 Alpha Delays

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  • Fedora 26 Alpha Has Been Delayed

    Fedora 26 Alpha isn't going to make it out on time and has been delayed, pushing back the final F26 already by a second time.

  • Fedora 26 Alpha Delayed by a Week Due to Late Blockers, Could Launch on March 28

    Red Hat's Jan Kurik has announced today, March 16, 2017, that the upcoming Alpha release of the Fedora 26 Linux operating system has been delayed by one week due to late blockers.

    This is the second delay the Fedora 26 Alpha release received. It was initially scheduled for launch on March 14, and then delayed until March 21, but it seems that the realese on that date won't happen either because during today's Go/No-Go meeting, the Fedora Linux developers have decided that some critical bugs need to be resolved before it hits the streets.

Red Hat and Fedora

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  • Red Hat Touts 5 Benefits of Its Kubernetes Update

    Red Hat Director of Product Strategy Brian Gracely and I recently had an interesting conversation about the five things Red Hat wants you to know about the latest Kubernetes update.

  • The Importance of the Partner Ecosystem in Your Storage Solution

    When building out a storage solution you have a choice between vendor lock-in and the options that open source offers.

    “Choice” is one of the most sought-after values in IT management. Most IT managers want to create and maintain agile environments where they can quickly flex and change to adapt to the emerging needs of their business.

    Choice, however, can be a double-edged sword. While in one way it cuts through delay and inertia to enable great responsiveness, in another way it can easily demand more resources, which often means additional expense.

  • Buy/Sell Signals for Red Hat, Inc. (RHT) and Fortive Corporation (FTV)
  • Chemnitzer Linux Tage 2017

    Last weekend the Fedora Project was present at the Chemnitzer Linux Tage 2017. This was my last stop during my trip to Nullcon 2017 and the Amrita University. This year’s presence of Fedora at the CLT wouldn’t be possible without the help of Robert, Stephan, and Miro.

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Red Hat and Fedora

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  • CloudLinux 7 and 6 Users Receive Security Kernel Update to Patch CVE-2017-2636

    CloudLinux's Mykola Naugolnyi is announcing today the immediate availability of new stable kernel security updates for the CloudLinux 7 and CloudLinux 6 operating system series.

    The newly updated CloudLinux 7, CloudLinux 6 and Hybrid kernel is here to fix the recently discovered and patched CVE-2017-2636 vulnerability that was affecting the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, and Red Hat Enterprise MRG (Messaging, Realtime and Grid) 2 operating systems.

  • The Red Hat Inc (RHT) CEO James M. Whitehurst Sells 5,099 Shares
  • Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT) By The Numbers: Valuation in Focus
  • More Fedora 24/25 family pimpage

    Fedora, Fedora, Fedora, Soltanto Fedora, Fedora tra noi, here's a song for you. But the reason we are here is not to tickle the nostalgia glands. Instead, we want to spend a little more time making Fedora extra useful, beautiful and functional, also known in the professional circles as pimping.

    We've done this before time and time again, including the recent stint with Fedora 24, and the installation & review of Fedora 25, and now we will do some of this magic. I would like to show you a few more tips and tricks that can enhance your Fedora experience. This article should also work nicely with my recently published Gnome accessibility guide. Fedora me.

  • Fedora 27 Will Indeed Eliminate Alpha Releases

    Last month we reported on Fedora 27 looking to drop alpha releases and now that change has been approved.

    Fedora 27 will be the distribution's first release not doing any alpha milestones. Instead, the distribution is trying to focus on better daily quality of Fedora Rawhide / F27, similar to Ubuntu not doing alpha/beta releases and openSUSE Leap also deciding to go a similar route.

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Wine and Games

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    Today we want to announce some important changes regarding the Wine Staging packages provided at repos.wine-staging.com and dl.winehq.org. We completely reworked our build system to make the packages available sooner after a release and also added some new features, like downloading old packages for Debian / Ubuntu. The complete list of changes can be found in the announcement email on the Wine mailing list.
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