New roadmap for Mageia 2 published
The Mageia project has announced that version 2.0 of its Mandriva Linux community fork will be delayed. In a post on the Mageia Blog, the developers say that they have decided to postpone the final release of Mageia 2 following more details about the release dates for other major projects, such as GNOME and KDE, allowing them to integrate the most current stable versions into their distribution.
The first of three planned Alpha versions will arrive on 16 November, while the first of two betas is scheduled for 21 February 2012. A single release candidate is expected to arrive on 10 April, with the final release being published on 3 May 2012.
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