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Old 8th December 2014, 11:32 PM
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F21 Release & Forum Archive

As you know, tomorrow's the release date for F21, so from that time forward, every post will need to be in the regular Forums and this sub-Forum will be archived.

If you're in the middle of a problem on an existing thread, then simply start a new thread in the appropriate forum and link your archived thread on the same subject.
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Re: F21 Release & Forum Archive

.... and, on to F22!
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Re: F21 Release & Forum Archive

F19 becomes EOL in 30 days from now if I understand the lifecycle policy correctly.
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F19 becomes EOL in 30 days from now if I understand the lifecycle policy correctly.
Yup!
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