Fedora 13 Alpha delayed
The Fedora Project developers have announced that the first alpha for version 13 of their Fedora operating system, code named "Goddard", will be delayed by one week. Originally expected to arrive on the 2nd of March, the developers say that they slipped the Alpha to "verify blocker bug fixes and validate new builds of software necessary to fix those bugs". According to a mailing list post by Jesse Keating, Red Hat Release Engineer for Fedora Core, the developers will spend the next few days validating fixes and builds will continue to be pushed out.
The alpha development release milestone is now scheduled to be released on the 9th of March, 2010. The project's Fedora 13 release schedule wiki has already been updated to reflect the new date. Later milestone dates, however, have not been changed.
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