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Fedora 13 final download

Fedora 13 is to be released within a few hours. I browsed around their website and eventually read about their go/no-go meetings. This pages notably says that if the release is declared GOLD:

Staging to Fedora mirrors begins and cannot be reversed even if additional bugs are found.

This means that as early as one week (or rather a few days I think) before the final release the mirrors start getting populated with the final thing. So I went ahead and tried some basic URL manipulation, in order to try to avoid the usual traffic congestion that occurs after the release. And it seems indeed that it’s possible to get Fedora right now already. Here are a few links:

But remember, those are not yet officially released. They are quite probably the final thing, but you can’t be sure until an official release statement is made. I didn’t test them either. Still, enjoy (or not ;)).

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