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==Release Schedule==
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[https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_Release_Life_Cycle The Life Cycle of a Fedora Release]
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==Test Days==

Revision as of 03:03, 14 October 2020

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Introduction


This content concerns community involvement starting with comprehending Fedora Quality Assurance practices and protocols related to being friendly. Looking above Quality Assurance my first observation is the importance of the current release schedule and the nature of Fedora's Hybrid Release Schedule. These observations are of the release of Fedora 33 in October 2020.

Release Schedule

The Life Cycle of a Fedora Release


Test Days


F33 IoT Test Day


Initial

IoT Test Announcement Day

IoT Edition Result Page

Resources

F33 Btrfs By Default Test Week


Initial

Install to Previous KVM

Release-blocking (x86_64)

Desktop

Modularity

Guided Storage Configuration

Exploration

Resources

btrfs home page @ kernel.org

Resources