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Mandriva 2010 Spring ISOs coming

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Anne NICOLAS has announced on the Cooker mailing list that 2010 Spring isos should be available July 5, but will confirm Monday, June 28.

and then?

re: then?

the planning wiki was updated as well. I guess that's the confirmation.

and then?

and then?

re: and then?

I guess they'll delay again, until the 8th. Big Grin

Due to internal organization and some hardware problems, we will delay official release until 08th of July. Torrents for Free isos for early seeders should be available this week-end, and regarding One on monday.

Stay tuned!

and then and then and then

and then and then and then! annnnd then... Dude Where's my Linux? Tongue

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