Following our scheduling policy around Fedora major version releases  we
will be rolling out the Fedora Linux 36 rebase over the next few weeks. This
will start tomorrow with the `testing` stream.
During this development cycle we continued to follow the Fedora Change process
more closely  in order to provide a smoother transition of incoming Fedora
Changes. We also closely watched our package additions/removals  to carefully
evaluate any changes and determine if they were intentional.
Current known issues:
- network device IP doesn't get displayed to console 
Notable transitions in the Fedora 36 rebase:
- Podman 4.0, with some backwards incompatible changes 
- iptables nft by default, along with auto-migration 
Some highlights of recently added features/improvements:
- added a VirtualBox artifact  and updated documentation 
- added a Nutanix artifact 
- added support for a minimal ISO image 
- updated the VMWare OVA to use UEFI/SecureBoot by default 
- added CI testing for Azure 
Thanks to everyone who participated in the test week  and to everyone that
follows the `testing` and `next` streams to help us identify and fix issues
before they get to `stable`.
Dusty Mabe, for the Fedora CoreOS team