Fedora Started The Tests For KDE 4.11 One Day After Their 10 Year Birthday

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Fedora 20 Heisenbug will be released mid-December 2013, if no delays will occur until than. It will represent an important release, since it will be the first Linux system that comes with native support for Wayland, a new system compositor developed by Red Hat and Intel.Since today is a Fedora KDE Test Day, the developers have stared to testing process for KDE Plasma Workspace 4.11.

If you want to contribute, download the Fedora KDE ISOs from the official page, toy around with it and report the bugs you find.

Fedora Started The Tests For KDE 4.11 One Day After Their 10 Year Birthday

Also, the Fedora project has celebrated 10 years of existance yesterday, being born in the same day as the Steam for Linux client, but 9 years earlier. On the 6th of November, 2003, Fedora Core 1 Yarrow was released.

For more information, see the video above:

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One comment on “Fedora Started The Tests For KDE 4.11 One Day After Their 10 Year Birthday
  1. Tom says:

    Bless fedora’s little heart, but Fedora 19 was a total train wreck. You still don’t have anything like launchpad for Ubuntu or simple PPA repo installations for 3rd party software development. Fedora trailing behind all the other distros = always. I would love to go back to it since I used it back in 2002 for a alittle while to learn about terminal cmds. But yeah, if I didn’t use Debian I would probably use Slack before i would return to Fedora as my production system. No way jose! You guys need to test more than just the KDE DE. The whole OS is a wreck.

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