Hello Linux Geeksters. After a few of delays, Fedora 20 Heisenbug has been released today, being the first Linux system that comes with official Wayland support, by default.
Fedora 20 got released in the traditional flavours: Gnome, KDE, XFCE, LXDE, but other desktop environments, like Cinnamon, Mate, Sugar or Enlightnment E17 will be available via the default repositories.
The GNOME flavour uses Gnome 3.10, comes with a new System Status Menu, support for OwnCloud and uses the new Gnome Center Center, which enables the users to install both open-source and proprietary codecs.
Among others, the KDE version uses KDE 4.11, which brings optimizations for KWin, Plasma, an updated Anaconda installer, better hard drive and SSD management.
It runs on Kernel 3.11, and comes with updates for the following packages: LibreOffice 4.1.3, Firefox 26, glibc 2.18, Mesa 9.2.4, Ruby on Rails 4.0, Perl 5.18, support for LVM Thin Provisioning, VM Snapshot UI with virt-manager, the nmcli commandline tool for managing network connections.
Download links for Fedora 20 Heisenbug, 32 bit and 64 bit systems.