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|  10%  ||  [[Features/20SecondStartup |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).  ||  2009-01-28
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|  10%  ||  [[Features/20SecondStartup |20 Second Startup ]]|| Make Fedora boot and shut down faster. The goal is to be at the login screen in 20 seconds and then to be as fast as possible after the login (gnome-session).  ||  2009-01-28
 
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|  50%  ||  [[Features/Archer | Archer ]]||Archer is a gdb development branch focusing on better C++ support. It also includes Python scripting capabililites ||  2009-01-16
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|  50%  ||  [[Features/Archer | Archer ]]||Archer is a gdb development branch focusing on better C++ support. It also includes Python scripting capabilities. ||  2009-01-16
 
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|  0%  ||  [[Features/ArchitectureSupport | Supported Architectures ]]|| Change supported architectures and default installed kernels  ||  2009-01-28
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|  0%  ||  [[Features/ArchitectureSupport | Supported Architectures ]]|| Change supported architectures and default installed kernels.   ||  2009-01-28
 
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|  10%  ||  [[Features/CrashCatcher |CrashCatcher ]]|| Help non-power users with bug reporting, making it as easy as a few mouse clicks    ||  2009-01-20
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|  10%  ||  [[Features/CrashCatcher |CrashCatcher ]]|| Help non-power users with bug reporting, making it as easy as a few mouse clicks.   ||  2009-01-20
 
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|  99%  ||  [[Features/CupsPolicyKitIntegration | Cups PolicyKit Integration ]]||Use PolicyKit to define policies for accessing the cups functionality  ||  2009-02-13
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|  99%  ||  [[Features/CupsPolicyKitIntegration | Cups PolicyKit Integration ]]||Use PolicyKit to define policies for accessing the cups functionality. ||  2009-02-13
 
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|  30%  ||  [[Features/DebuginfoFS | DebuginfoFS]]||A read-only, internet-mountable filesystem that provides debuginfo packages for use with a debugger  ||  2009-01-28
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|  30%  ||  [[Features/DebuginfoFS | DebuginfoFS]]||A read-only, internet-mountable filesystem that provides debuginfo packages for use with a debugger. ||  2009-01-28
 
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|  80%  ||  [[Features/DeviceKit | DeviceKit ]]|| A simple system service to manage devices designed to partially replace hal and overcome some of its design limitiations   ||  2009-02-18
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|  80%  ||  [[Features/DeviceKit | DeviceKit ]]|| A simple system service to manage devices designed to partially replace hal and overcome some of its design limitations.   ||  2009-02-18
 
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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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| 80%  ||  [[Features/DNSSEC | DNS Security ]]|| DNSSEC (DNS SECurity) is mechanism which can prove integrity and authenticity of DNS data. ||  2009-01-18
 
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|  0%  ||  [[Features/Empathy | Empathy ]]||Set Empathy as the default Instant Messenging client  ||  2009-02-04
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|  0%  ||  [[Features/Empathy | Empathy ]]|| Set Empathy as the default Instant Messaging client.   ||  2009-02-04
 
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|  90%  ||  [[Features/Ext4DefaultFs | ext4 Default file system ]]|| Make ext4 the default file system in Fedora 11   ||  2009-01-12
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|  90%  ||  [[Features/Ext4DefaultFs | ext4 Default file system ]]|| Make ext4 the default file system type.   ||  2009-01-12
 
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| 99 %  ||  [[Features/Fingerprint | Fingerprint ]]|| Make fingerprint readers easy to use as secondary authentication  ||  2009-01-26
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| 99 %  ||  [[Features/Fingerprint | Fingerprint ]]|| Make fingerprint readers easy to use as secondary authentication.   ||  2009-01-26
 
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| 95%  ||  [[Features/Firefox_3.1 | FireFox 3.1 ]]||Upgrade Firefox to the latest release in the Mozilla 1.9.1 series which is Firefox 3.1  ||  2009-01-08
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| 95%  ||  [[Features/Firefox_3.1 | FireFox 3.1 ]]||Upgrade Firefox to the latest release in the Mozilla 1.9.1 series (Firefox 3.1). ||  2009-01-08
 
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|  70%  ||  [[Features/gcc4.4 |gcc 4.4 ]]|| Switch GCC in Fedora 11 to 4.4.x, rebuild all packages with it ||  2009-01-26
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|  70%  ||  [[Features/gcc4.4 |gcc 4.4 ]]|| Switch GCC in Fedora 11 to 4.4.x Rebuild all packages with gcc 4.4.x ||  2009-01-26
 
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|  90%  ||  [[Features/GFS2Stable | GFS2 ]]||A cluster filesystem allowing simultaneous access to shared storage from multiple nodes, designed for SAN environment  ||  2009-02-04
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|  90%  ||  [[Features/GFS2Stable | GFS2 ]]||A cluster filesystem allowing simultaneous access to shared storage from multiple nodes and designed for SAN environment. ||  2009-02-04
 
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|  91%  ||  [[Features/Gnome2_26 | Gnome 2.26 ]]|| Rebase to Gnome 2.26  || 2009-02-19
 
|  91%  ||  [[Features/Gnome2_26 | Gnome 2.26 ]]|| Rebase to Gnome 2.26  || 2009-02-19
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|  60%  ||  [[Features/IBus | IBus ]]|| A new default input method framework under active development which is designed to overcome the limitations of SCIM.    ||  2009-01-19
 
|  60%  ||  [[Features/IBus | IBus ]]|| A new default input method framework under active development which is designed to overcome the limitations of SCIM.    ||  2009-01-19
 
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/K12Linux | K12Linux ]]||LTSP for Fedora  || 2009-02-05
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/K12Linux | K12Linux ]]||LTSP for Fedora. || 2009-02-05
 
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|  60%  ||  [[Features/KDE42 | KDE4.2 ]]|| Rebase to KDE 4.2 and KOffice 2, and offer new features such as PolicyKit-KDE, NetworkManager plasma applet etc. || 2009-02-19   
 
|  60%  ||  [[Features/KDE42 | KDE4.2 ]]|| Rebase to KDE 4.2 and KOffice 2, and offer new features such as PolicyKit-KDE, NetworkManager plasma applet etc. || 2009-02-19   
 
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|  60%  ||  [[Features/KVM_PCI_Device_Assignment | KVM PCI Device Assignment ]]||Assign PCI devices from your KVM host machine to guest virtual machines  ||  2009-01-21
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|  60%  ||  [[Features/KVM_PCI_Device_Assignment | KVM PCI Device Assignment ]]||Assign PCI devices from your KVM host machine to guest virtual machines.   ||  2009-01-21
 
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|  10%  ||  [[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  || 2009-01-28
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|  10%  ||  [[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.   || 2009-01-28
 
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|  100%  ||  [[Features/NetBeans_6.5 | NetBeans 6.5 ]]|| Re-base to NetBeans 6.5  ||  2009-01-26
 
|  100%  ||  [[Features/NetBeans_6.5 | NetBeans 6.5 ]]|| Re-base to NetBeans 6.5  ||  2009-01-26
 
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|  50%  ||  [[Features/NewTextUI | NewTextUI ]]|| Simply Anaconda TextUI installer    || 2009-02-04  
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|  50%  ||  [[Features/NewTextUI | NewTextUI ]]|| Simply Anaconda TextUI installer.   || 2009-02-04  
 
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|  70%  ||  [[Features/OpenChange | OpenChange ]]|| Natively access Microsoft Exchange using OpenChange ||  2009-02-05
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|  70%  ||  [[Features/OpenChange | OpenChange ]]|| Natively access Microsoft Exchange using OpenChange. ||  2009-02-05
 
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|  15%  ||  [[Features/PowerManagement | Power Management]]|| Improve the current state of power management, especially in regard to userland  ||  2009-02-05
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|  15%  ||  [[Features/PowerManagement | Power Management]]|| Improve the current state of power management, especially in regard to userland. ||  2009-02-05
 
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| 95%  ||  [[Features/Presto | Presto ]]|| The presto plugin for yum adds support for downloading deltarpms and using them to generate new packages  || 2009-01-28  
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| 95%  ||  [[Features/Presto | Presto ]]|| The presto plugin for yum adds support for downloading deltarpms and using them to generate new packages. || 2009-01-28  
 
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|  85%  ||  [[Features/Python_2.6 | Python 2.6 ]]|| Include Python 2.6 in Fedora  ||  2009-01-18
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|  85%  ||  [[Features/Python_2.6 | Python 2.6 ]]|| Include Python 2.6 in Fedora. ||  2009-01-18
 
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|  25%  ||  [[Features/SSSD |System Security Services Daemon ]]||Provides a set of daemons to manage access to remote directories and authentication mechanisms    ||  2009-01-19
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|  25%  ||  [[Features/SSSD |System Security Services Daemon ]]||Provides a set of daemons to manage access to remote directories and authentication mechanisms.   ||  2009-01-19
 
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|  5%  ||  [[Features/SystemtapStaticProbes |Systemtap Static Probes ]]|| Add event tracking to Systemtap for programs with they have static probes inserted  ||  2009-01-22
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|  5%  ||  [[Features/SystemtapStaticProbes |Systemtap Static Probes ]]|| Add event tracking to Systemtap for programs when they have static probes inserted. ||  2009-01-22
 
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|  95%  ||  [[Features/TightVNC | TightVNC ]]|| Make TightVNC the default VNC client in Fedora  ||  2009-01-21
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|  95%  ||  [[Features/TightVNC | TightVNC ]]|| Make TightVNC the default VNC client in Fedora.   ||  2009-01-21
 
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|  92%  ||  [[Features/VolumeControl | VolumeControl ]]|| Make volume control intuitive and easy to use  ||  2009-02-13
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|  92%  ||  [[Features/VolumeControl | VolumeControl ]]|| Make volume control intuitive and easy to use. ||  2009-02-13
 
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|  78%  ||  [[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.    ||  2009-02-11
 
|  78%  ||  [[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.    ||  2009-02-11
 
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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
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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
 
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Revision as of 19:40, 19 February 2009

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
10% 20 Second Startup Make Fedora boot and shut down faster. The goal is to be at the login screen in 20 seconds and then to be as fast as possible after the login (gnome-session). 2009-01-28
50% Archer Archer is a gdb development branch focusing on better C++ support. It also includes Python scripting capabilities. 2009-01-16
0% Supported Architectures Change supported architectures and default installed kernels. 2009-01-28
10% CrashCatcher Help non-power users with bug reporting, making it as easy as a few mouse clicks. 2009-01-20
99% Cups PolicyKit Integration Use PolicyKit to define policies for accessing the cups functionality. 2009-02-13
30% DebuginfoFS A read-only, internet-mountable filesystem that provides debuginfo packages for use with a debugger. 2009-01-28
80% DeviceKit A simple system service to manage devices designed to partially replace hal and overcome some of its design limitations. 2009-02-18
80% DNS Security DNSSEC (DNS SECurity) is mechanism which can prove integrity and authenticity of DNS data. 2009-01-18
0% Empathy Set Empathy as the default Instant Messaging client. 2009-02-04
90% ext4 Default file system Make ext4 the default file system type. 2009-01-12
99 % Fingerprint Make fingerprint readers easy to use as secondary authentication. 2009-01-26
95% FireFox 3.1 Upgrade Firefox to the latest release in the Mozilla 1.9.1 series (Firefox 3.1). 2009-01-08
70% gcc 4.4 Switch GCC in Fedora 11 to 4.4.x Rebuild all packages with gcc 4.4.x 2009-01-26
90% GFS2 A cluster filesystem allowing simultaneous access to shared storage from multiple nodes and designed for SAN environment. 2009-02-04
91% Gnome 2.26 Rebase to Gnome 2.26 2009-02-19
60% IBus A new default input method framework under active development which is designed to overcome the limitations of SCIM. 2009-01-19
100% K12Linux LTSP for Fedora. 2009-02-05
60% KDE4.2 Rebase to KDE 4.2 and KOffice 2, and offer new features such as PolicyKit-KDE, NetworkManager plasma applet etc. 2009-02-19
60% KVM PCI Device Assignment Assign PCI devices from your KVM host machine to guest virtual machines. 2009-01-21
10% 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. 2009-01-28
100% NetBeans 6.5 Re-base to NetBeans 6.5 2009-01-26
50% NewTextUI Simply Anaconda TextUI installer. 2009-02-04
70% OpenChange Natively access Microsoft Exchange using OpenChange. 2009-02-05
15% Power Management Improve the current state of power management, especially in regard to userland. 2009-02-05
95% Presto The presto plugin for yum adds support for downloading deltarpms and using them to generate new packages. 2009-01-28
85% Python 2.6 Include Python 2.6 in Fedora. 2009-01-18
25% System Security Services Daemon Provides a set of daemons to manage access to remote directories and authentication mechanisms. 2009-01-19
5% Systemtap Static Probes Add event tracking to Systemtap for programs when they have static probes inserted. 2009-01-22
95% TightVNC Make TightVNC the default VNC client in Fedora. 2009-01-21
92% VolumeControl Make volume control intuitive and easy to use. 2009-02-13
78% Windows Cross-compiler Build and test full-featured Windows programs, from the comfort of the Fedora system, without needing to use Windows. 2009-02-11
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 on the Feature Process page.

Fedora 11 Release Schedule