Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Fedora 20 is scheduled to be released in the third week of December, if it won’t be delayed, yet again.
According to the mailing lists, Fedora 20 has reached the final freeze state, meaning that Fedora 20 will get only updates for the current bugs, and won’t implement any new features, until the officially release.
“The Fedora 20 schedule states the Final change freeze is upon us. As of now only updates that fix an accepted Final Blocker bug or Freeze exception will be allowed in. We are at the post beta stage of release, so the pre-release stage of the updates policy applies,”
For those who don’t know yet, Fedora 20 will be the first system with official support for the Wayland system compositor. The Gnome developers have already made their GNOME 3.10 desktop environment work with Wayland. Also, it will bring the new Gnome Software Center, which will easily enable the users to install both open-source and proprietary codecs.