Sunday, October 30, 2022

[Test-Announce] Re: Fedora 37 Candidate RC-1.5 Available Now!

On Mon, 2022-10-31 at 03:54 +0000, wrote:
> According to the schedule [1], Fedora 37 Candidate RC-1.5 is now
> available for testing. Please help us complete all the validation
> testing! For more information on release validation testing, see:

So, just a heads-up on this one. Despite the name, it's not *really* a
release candidate; we cannot release this compose, it does not yet
address all final blockers (notably it doesn't have the still-embargoed
fix for the openssl vuln). This compose is rather intended to include
most of the shiny new stuff we're considering pulling in for the real
RCs, so folks can test and we can find any lurking issues there. The
earliest we can do a 'real' RC will be Tuesday, after the embargo'ed
openssl fix arrives; depending on any other blockers that may show up,
or any kinks in the openssl release, it might be later.

It includes GNOME 43.1, Plasma 5.26, Firefox 106.0.1, Python 3.11
final, and kernel 6.0.5. If you see any significant problems related to
any of these which you didn't see in RC-1.4, please do bring it up! In
general, if folks can find the time to give this candidate a good
workout, it'd be really useful to give us confidence these bits will be
OK for the final release.

Thanks folks!
Adam Williamson
Fedora QA
IRC: adamw | Twitter: adamw_ha

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