Fedora 27 released
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.