We are well past feature freeze and into the second week of the Fedora 10 beta release.  This means the feature list for Fedora 10 is set though some work remains to finish some of the features which had enough work completed to be considered testable at feature freeze.

During the process of trying to release of the Fedora 10 beta we slipped one more week and are tracking a general availability date of November 25, 2008.  As a project I think we have done a better job managing our schedule for this release and its associated expectations by moving out the end date of the release each time we’ve missed a key milestone.

Although it is disappointing to miss a milestone, slipping the end of schedule when a key milestone is missed adds more predictability to the most important part of the schedule–the end.

Feature List: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/10/FeatureList

Schedule: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/10/Schedule