Fedora Turns Five

Sep 30, 2008

End of September the Fedora project celebrates its fifth year of existence. The community supported by Red Hat will release its tenth distribution.

The developers reveal a few statistics for its quinquennial. The community now has 13,500 so-called Fedora Account System Members with direct participation. The forthcoming development branch that will become Fedora 10 will include 6,500 source packages and over 10,000 binary packages.

The project has held 16 conferences, known as FUDCons (Fedora User and Developer Conferences), not to speak of countless FUDPub events. The actual birthday is September 24.

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