The release of Red Hat's Fedora Core 6 has slipped two more notches in one week.
Fedora Core 6, an enthusiast-oriented version of Linux, was supposed to emerge Oct. 17, but on Oct. 16, release engineer Jesse Keating said on a mailing list the company pushed it back to Oct. 19. Then a day later, he revised the date to Oct. 24.
"Bugs suck. More bugs suck more," Keating said in the second note. "Provided that we don't introduce any NEW bugs while fixing THOSE bugs, the tree should be golden as of tonight." … Read more