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Old 12th April 2009, 10:54 PM
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When's F11 planned for release?

Is Fedora 11 planned for official release anytime soon? I gave the KDE beta a try on live cd for a minute, and I love it! I hope this ends up more stable than F10 (It tends to freeze if I leave it out too long)

Plus, will I be able to import my applications from F10 when I install F11? I'd hate to take a week of installing my stuff to waste.

f11, planned, release

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