One week slip of Fedora 13 release - regression still present

Bill Davidsen davidsen at
Fri May 14 04:40:50 UTC 2010

Paul W. Frields wrote:
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> The F13 final readiness meeting, also known as the "go/no-go" meeting,
> was held this evening.  As the meeting notes indicate, there are bugs
> remaining on the blocker list:
> According to the release criteria[1], the decision was made to slip
> the release of Fedora 13 by one week, to Tuesday 2010-05-25.
> During composition of any further release candidates, the Fedora
> Release Engineering and Quality Assurance teams plan to be
> conservative in accepting fixes for the release, and will limit these
> to blocker items and critical fixes.
> The Fedora 13 release schedule[2] has been updated to reflect the new
> release date.  We regret any inconvenience to the community.  Thank
> you for your patience as we try to ensure the best possible Fedora
> release.
The regressions in bug 588900 is still present. Since it's not on the blocker 
list I assume this will wait for FC14? I run these for security cameras with the 
'motion' app.

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> Paul W. Frields
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