Hello Linux Geeksters. Both the Fedora 20 Beta and final releases have been delayed with one week because of some bugs that didn’t get fixed. It was caused by some installer issues, Apple EFI issues and some file system problems. This delays are not unusual for Fedora, the first alpha version of Fedora 20 was also released with delay. For more information, see the official mailing lists.
So, the final version of Fedora 20 will be released on the 10th of December, if everything goes well.
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.