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|  55%   ||  [[Features/DeviceKit | DeviceKit ]]|| A simple system service to manage devices designed to partially replace hal and overcome some its design limitiations  ||  2008-11-10
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|  55% ||  [[Features/DeviceKit | DeviceKit ]]|| A simple system service to manage devices designed to partially replace hal and overcome some its design limitiations  ||  2008-11-10
 
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| 80%  ||  [[Features/DNSSEC | DNS Security ]]|| DNSSEC (DNS SECurity) is mechanism which can prove integrity and autenticity of DNS data ||  2008-12-02
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| 95 %  ||  [[Features/Fingerprint | Fingerprint ]]|| Make fingerprint readers easy to use as secondary authentication  ||  2008-12-08
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|  2%  ||  [[Features/Multiseat | Multiseat ]]|| Make it simple to configure a system for multiseat operation, where two or more users each have their own keyboard, monitor, and mouse, and can work independently of each other  || 2008-11-18  
 
|  2%  ||  [[Features/Multiseat | Multiseat ]]|| Make it simple to configure a system for multiseat operation, where two or more users each have their own keyboard, monitor, and mouse, and can work independently of each other  || 2008-11-18  
 
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| 90%  ||  [[Features/Presto | Presto ]]|| The presto plugin for yum adds support for downloading deltarpms and using them to generate new packages  || 2008-09-09  
 
| 90%  ||  [[Features/Presto | Presto ]]|| The presto plugin for yum adds support for downloading deltarpms and using them to generate new packages  || 2008-09-09  
 
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| 50%   ||  [[Features/VolumeControl | VolumeControl ]]|| Make volume control intuitive and easy to use  ||  2008-11-10
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| 45%  ||  [[Features/Python_2.6 | Python 2.6 ]]|| Include Python 2.6 in Fedora  ||  2008-12-09
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|  80%  ||  [[Features/TightVNC | TightVNC ]]|| Make TightVNC the default VNC client in Fedora  ||  2008-10-17
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50% ||  [[Features/VolumeControl | VolumeControl ]]|| Make volume control intuitive and easy to use  ||  2008-11-10
 
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|  20%   ||  [[Features/Windows_cross_compiler | Windows Cross-compiler ]]|| Build and test full-featured Windows programs, from the comfort of the Fedora system, without needing to use Windows.    ||  2008-10-28
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|  20% ||  [[Features/Windows_cross_compiler | Windows Cross-compiler ]]|| Build and test full-featured Windows programs, from the comfort of the Fedora system, without needing to use Windows.    ||  2008-10-28
 
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Revision as of 21:48, 10 December 2008

Fedora 11 Feature List

Fedora 11 Accepted Features

These features have been accepted by the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee for the Fedora 11 Release.

Category:FeatureAcceptedF11

% Complete Name Summary Updated
55% DeviceKit A simple system service to manage devices designed to partially replace hal and overcome some its design limitiations 2008-11-10
80% DNS Security DNSSEC (DNS SECurity) is mechanism which can prove integrity and autenticity of DNS data 2008-12-02
95 % Fingerprint Make fingerprint readers easy to use as secondary authentication 2008-12-08
2% Multiseat Make it simple to configure a system for multiseat operation, where two or more users each have their own keyboard, monitor, and mouse, and can work independently of each other 2008-11-18
90% Presto The presto plugin for yum adds support for downloading deltarpms and using them to generate new packages 2008-09-09
45% Python 2.6 Include Python 2.6 in Fedora 2008-12-09
80% TightVNC Make TightVNC the default VNC client in Fedora 2008-10-17
50% VolumeControl Make volume control intuitive and easy to use 2008-11-10
20% Windows Cross-compiler Build and test full-featured Windows programs, from the comfort of the Fedora system, without needing to use Windows. 2008-10-28



Proposed Features

Feature Process

  • The process for adding, proposing, and accepting new features into Fedora is here: Feature Process .

Fedora 11 Release Schedule