Hello people out there. We, the Fedora Project, are proud to announce a new
version of our operative system: Fedora 29!
It's been a road of bumps and humps, but we made it on time! To download it
You can just go straight to download from:
*Links here! *
If you’re already using Fedora, you can upgrade from the command line or
use GNOME Software for an easy graphical update — link to upgrade article.
In most cases, this will take half an hour or so, bringing you right back
to a working system with no hassle.
What's new on Fedora 29?
As we announce previously, we have Modularity for all! This means that you,
in your desktop, can use different versions (called streams) of the same
package installed in the system, allowing you to updated in their own pace.
This is particularly useful for developers. Fedora is a platform to
innovate, and a testament of that are the improvements in the lands of ARM,
and IoT, with the ZRAM support for ARMv7. As a project, we collaborate with
a lot of upstream projects, including Gnome, the official DE of our
workstation, and this new version comes with GNOME 3.30 and its new
We are also proud of the new Fedora Silverblue, that is not only a re-brand
of the Atomic Workstation, but a team of people working to bring the best
of the ostree and container-based workflows to the Desktop.
Thanks to the Community!
NOTE: Last time you've dedicated some lines to say thanks to our awesome
community, so if you want do it again.
Mention to the anniversary
Even when we've decided to ship on time and not to wait until the
anniversary, you can make a mention about it.
El mié., 24 oct. 2018 a las 15:38, Eduard Lucena (<eduardlucena(a)gmail.com>)
I can take this shot. I will sent the draft here this afternoon.
El mié., 24 de oct. de 2018 15:10, Ben Cotton <bcotton(a)redhat.com>
> Hi team,
> Is someone working on/can someone work on a draft release announcement
> for mattdm? I spoke to him yesterday and he said he'd appreciate it if
> someone could prepare a first draft for him. I can work on it tomorrow
> afternoon if no one beats me to it.
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