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|  75%  ||  [[Features/DeviceKit | DeviceKit ]]|| A simple system service to manage devices designed to partially replace hal and overcome some its design limitiations  ||  2009-01-21
 
|  75%  ||  [[Features/DeviceKit | DeviceKit ]]|| A simple system service to manage devices designed to partially replace hal and overcome some its design limitiations  ||  2009-01-21
 
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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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| 80%  ||  [[Features/DNSSEC | DNS Security ]]|| DNSSEC (DNS SECurity) is mechanism which can prove integrity and autenticity of DNS data ||  2009-01-18
 
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|  90%  ||  [[Features/Ext4DefaultFs | ext4 Default file system ]]|| Make ext4 the default file system in Fedora 11  ||  2009-01-12
 
|  90%  ||  [[Features/Ext4DefaultFs | ext4 Default file system ]]|| Make ext4 the default file system in Fedora 11  ||  2009-01-12
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|  5%  ||  [[Features/Gnome2_26 | Gnome 2.26 ]]|| Rebase to Gnome 2.26  || 2009-01-20
 
|  5%  ||  [[Features/Gnome2_26 | Gnome 2.26 ]]|| Rebase to Gnome 2.26  || 2009-01-20
 
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| 20%  ||  [[Features/KDE42 | KDE4.2 ]]|| Rebase to KDE 4.2 and KOffice 2, and offer new features such as PolicyKit-KDE, NetworkManager plasma applet etc. || 2009-01-12  
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| 20%  ||  [[Features/KDE42 | KDE4.2 ]]|| Rebase to KDE 4.2 and KOffice 2, and offer new features such as PolicyKit-KDE, NetworkManager plasma applet etc. || 2009-01-13  
 
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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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|  45%  ||  [[Features/Python_2.6 | Python 2.6 ]]|| Include Python 2.6 in Fedora  ||  2008-12-09
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|  45%  ||  [[Features/Python_2.6 | Python 2.6 ]]|| Include Python 2.6 in Fedora  ||  2009-01-18
 
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|  80%  ||  [[Features/TightVNC | TightVNC ]]|| Make TightVNC the default VNC client in Fedora  ||  2008-10-17
 
|  80%  ||  [[Features/TightVNC | TightVNC ]]|| Make TightVNC the default VNC client in Fedora  ||  2008-10-17
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|  80%  ||  [[Features/VolumeControl | VolumeControl ]]|| Make volume control intuitive and easy to use  ||  2008-12-08
 
|  80%  ||  [[Features/VolumeControl | VolumeControl ]]|| Make volume control intuitive and easy to use  ||  2008-12-08
 
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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.    ||  2009-01-18
 
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|  75% ||  [[Features/Xfce46 | Xfce4.6  ]]||Update Xfce to the upstream 4.6 release with many new improvements and features ||  2009-01-19
 
|  75% ||  [[Features/Xfce46 | Xfce4.6  ]]||Update Xfce to the upstream 4.6 release with many new improvements and features ||  2009-01-19

Revision as of 17:45, 21 January 2009

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
0% 20 Second Startup Make Fedora boot and shut down faster. The goal is to be at the login screen in 20 seconds and be as fast as possible after the login (gnome-session). 2008-12-17
80% Cups PolicyKit Integration Use PolicyKit to define policies for accessing the cups functionality 2009-01-20
75% DeviceKit A simple system service to manage devices designed to partially replace hal and overcome some its design limitiations 2009-01-21
80% DNS Security DNSSEC (DNS SECurity) is mechanism which can prove integrity and autenticity of DNS data 2009-01-18
90% ext4 Default file system Make ext4 the default file system in Fedora 11 2009-01-12
95 % Fingerprint Make fingerprint readers easy to use as secondary authentication 2008-12-08
5% Gnome 2.26 Rebase to Gnome 2.26 2009-01-20
20% KDE4.2 Rebase to KDE 4.2 and KOffice 2, and offer new features such as PolicyKit-KDE, NetworkManager plasma applet etc. 2009-01-13
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 2009-01-18
80% TightVNC Make TightVNC the default VNC client in Fedora 2008-10-17
80% VolumeControl Make volume control intuitive and easy to use 2008-12-08
20% Windows Cross-compiler Build and test full-featured Windows programs, from the comfort of the Fedora system, without needing to use Windows. 2009-01-18
75% Xfce4.6 Update Xfce to the upstream 4.6 release with many new improvements and features 2009-01-19



Proposed Features

Feature Process

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

Fedora 11 Release Schedule