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Fedora 3.6.1 Release Notes
Release Date: September 6, 2012:
Fedora 3.6.1 is a bugfix release, primarily focused on reducing the memory footprint of Fedora. All 3.6 users are recommended to upgrade to 3.6.1.
The migration to a new web services framework in Fedora 3.6 as well as updates to existing third-party libraries introduced a number of new dependencies, which substantially increased the number of libraries used by Fedora. Fedora 3.6.1 reduces the number of dependencies in the Fedora webapp from 106MB to 66MB.
Fedora 3.6.1 also addresses a number of issues that were unaddressed by 3.6 as well as two minor issues discovered in 3.6 itself.
You are encouraged to download this new release and give it a spin. Please let us have your comments and feedback via the mailing lists, and of course please let us know of any problems you discover.
For a detailed list of bug fixes and improvements comprising this release see the table below.
Bug Fixes and Improvements
Previous Release Notes
The release notes for older versions of Fedora can be found in the documentation for each version. You can find the documentation for all versions here