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Fedora Project, through Jaroslav Reznik, announced that the Beta release of the upcoming Fedora 22 Linux operating system will be delayed by one week, due to unresolved blocker bugs.

Fedora Project, through Jaroslav Reznik, announced that the Beta release of the upcoming Fedora 22 Linux operating system will be delayed by one week, due to unresolved blocker bugs.

The decision to delay the Fedora 22 Beta operating system was taken today, April 9, during the Fedora 22 Beta Go/No-Go meeting that took place on IRC at 17:00 UTC (Coordinated Universal Time).

“Today at Go/No-Go meeting it was decided to slip Fedora 22 Beta release by one week due to unresolved blocker bug,” says Jaroslav Reznik. “As a result, all major milestones, and their dependent tasks, will be pushed out by one week.”

Fedora 22 Beta was supposed to be released to users worldwide on April 14, 2015. Because of today’s decision, the Beta release of the Fedora 22 Linux operating system has been postponed until April 21, 2015.

Until then, there will be another Fedora 22 Beta Go/No-Go meeting on Thursday, April 16, at 17:00 UTC on the #fedora-meeting-2 channel, Freenode, where the team will decide if Fedora 22 Beta is good for release or not.

Of course, this means that the final release of the Fedora 22 Linux operating system has been delayed as well, and it will be released in the last week of May 2015.

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