Fedora 26 will arrive next June 6

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Yes, we know that Fedora 25 has not yet become stable or ready to use on our computer, but it seems that the guys at Fedora are eager to release the next version of Fedora, Fedora 26 to be released on June 6, 2017.

We have known the news of this release thanks to the Fedora wiki where the official calendar of this new version of Fedora has been published, although that does not mean that the new version will actually be launched on that date, but it will be an approximate date.

The official calendar indicates that Fedora 26 will be released on June 6

According to the official calendar, which you can get in this link, Fedora 26's first alpha freeze will be released on the last day of February 2017, this is February 28. Subsequently, the first alpha version will be released on March 14. On May 9, the first beta of the version will be released so that at the end of the month, the beginning of June, the final version of Fedora 26 will be released.

Unfortunately we don't know what will this version of Fedora bring new or what will it change from previous versions, partly because version 25 is not yet out.

During the last versions of Fedora, the official calendar has always been delayed a few days and in this case I think that the official calendar of Fedora 26 will be delayed as well since this distribution only includes an alpha version and a beta version before the final version, something the less curious than indicates a difficult development and a certain change in development. Personally I believe this although the team may surprise us, as it is currently doing and in the end Fedora 26 is released on June 6 What do you think? Do you think Fedora 26 will be released on June 6?


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  1.   Adroc said

    It is too early to know if it will be ready by that date. Personally I prefer it to delay and exit when it is stable. I prefer that to what Canonical does, which releases the marked day regardless of its development ... And of course, two days later it breaks the system everywhere.

  2.   lorabian said

    No, unfortunately I think it will not be the date, but we see that in fedora they are no longer working according to unnecessary rules, if we all know that fedora is a standard in GNU / Linux due to the inclusion of very recent and functional software every time comes out, what is the need for a 6 month cycle?

    So I think it will not be June 6, but it will be in June, since I think they stopped having false expectations and now develop with more real priorities for a GNU / Linux user.

  3.   lorabian said

    I doubt it.