CIO Update: "The Red Hat-sponsored Fedora Project today officially released the Fedora 13 Linux distribution, codenamed "Goddard," with improvements aimed at both new and experienced Linux users."
on 05/26/2010 – Made popular on 05/26/2010
Desktop Linux.com: "The Fedora project released a beta version of Fedora 13 (codenamed "Goddard"). The updated community Linux distribution is touted for features including automatic print-driver installation, the Btrfs filesystem, enhanced 3D driver support, revamped Python bindings, and the Zarafa groupware package, says the project."
Linux.com: "Fedora 13 is right around the corner. Code-named "Goddard," the Fedora 13 release sports tons of updates from Fedora 12 and some really exciting new features that will have Linux power users running for their CD burners."
Distrowatch: "A new release of Fedora is always a highly anticipated event on the Linux distro calendar and this week's arrival of version 13 will be no different. What innovations can we expect to find in "Goddard"?"