[In the news] Fedora 19, Schrödinger's Cat, lives

Ankur Sinha sanjay.ankur at gmail.com
Wed Jul 3 12:08:55 UTC 2013


"Unlike its predecessor, Fedora 18, which was infamously late, Fedora 19
has arrived on time. In a statement, Fedora Project leader Robyn
Bergeron said, "In this release, the Fedora Project community has
absolutely demonstrated that agility matters. From high-level features
for enabling cloud and virtualization infrastructure, all the way down
to process-level and virtual-machine level portability, combined with
the newest developer toolchains, Fedora 19 contains cutting-edge
technologies that enable scalability, resilience, and flexibility that
are vital in a technology world increasingly focused on rapid delivery
of solutions, services, and information."

Fedora has always been known for being the cutting-edge Linux
distribution. It's meant more for serious power users and developers
than casual users. This release is no different."


Warm regards,
Ankur (FranciscoD)


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