Development Plans Ubuntu 8.10 and Mandriva 2009: We Already Have Their Alpha 2
July 15th, 2008 by thesuper

Both Ubuntu as Mandriva Linux have recently released their respective versions of Alpha 2 development of its forthcoming editions. The new Ubuntu will be called Intrepid and Singapore is ready to launch its final version for the day on October 30. For its part, Mandriva Linux 2009 a few days to advance the distribution of Canonical and the expected date for final release is on October 9.

As for Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Singapore, according to its public roadmap, after releasing just a couple of days its second Alpha Alpha versions are estimated 4 more before reaching the only beta-awaited day on October 2. From there, one is scheduled Release Candidate (RC) for the day on October 23 and directly launch a week later the official final version. Other important milestones during the development of this new edition is the freezing of new features (on August 28) and the user interface (September 11).

Mandriva Linux has also published development plans for its 2009 edition, which detailed that this has been the latest version Alpha and will make way for the two versions Beta scheduled to take place on July 29 and August 19. The following will enjoy the two versions estimated to candidates on 3 and September 23. On October 2 will be released a final version official internal but users must wait another week for the official final version of the operating system.

Links | Ubuntu Intrepid Ibex Roadmap, 2009 Mandriva Linux Development

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