For the last week or two, Fedora Core 6 test 2 has been scheduled as going into freeze on July the 24th and releasing on the 26th. Now that it’s the 28th, the freeze date has been changed to “no sooner than 27 July” and the release date is:
REPLY HAZY: ASK AGAIN LATER
The latest Fedora board minutes indicate that the main reason for the slip is final integration of the Xen virtual machine monitor. As this is also a blocker for the next release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, it makes sense not to roll on without it.