Fe­dora 27 re­leased

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The Fe­dora Pro­ject, a Red Hat spon­sored and com­mu­nity-driven open source col­lab­o­ra­tion, has an­nounced the gen­eral avail­abil­ity of Fe­dora 27. All edi­tions of Fe­dora 27 are built from a common set of base pack­ages and, as with all new Fe­dora re­leases, these pack­ages have seen nu­mer­ous tweaks, in­cre­men­tal im­prove­ments and new ad­di­tions. For Fe­dora

27, this in­cludes the GNU C Li­brary 2.26 and RPM 4.14.

“Build­ing and sup­port­ing the next gen­er­a­tion of ap­pli­ca­tions re­mains a crit­i­cal fo­cus for the Fe­dora com­mu­nity, show­cased in Fe­dora 27 by our con­tin­ued sup­port and re­fine­ment of sys­tem con­tain­ers and con­tainer­ised ser­vices like Ku­ber­netes and Flan­nel. More tra­di­tional de­vel­op­ers and end users will be pleased

with the ad­di­tions brought about by GNOME 3.26 to Fe­dora 27 Work­sta­tion, mak­ing it eas­ier to build ap­pli­ca­tions and im­prov­ing the over­all desk­top ex­pe­ri­ence,” said Matthew Miller, a Fe­dora pro­ject leader.

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