Fedora 14 Has Gone Gold

Fedora 14 has gone gold. According to Adam Williamson, Red Hat Senior Quality Assurance Engineer, the Fedora 14 Final Release Go/No-Go Meeting resulted in the unanimous decision that RC1 should be declared Gold. Attendees were pleased that the quality tests had gone so smoothly and this is the first time a first release candidate would ship as final. An email with the good news will go out to mailing lists on Thursday.

Fedora 14 has seen quite a few new technologies integrated this cycle, which makes this achievement even more amazing. Simple Protocol for Independent Computing Environments (or SPICE) is a framework for creating and interacting with virtual machines. It features encryption, accelerated 2D graphics, video and audio format detection and playback, and dynamic adaption to graphic and communication changes.

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