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Fedora 19 Go for July 2 Release

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Since the June 25 release candidate a couple more internal releases have been tested. Several major bugs have been squashed and while some issues remain, there are none blocking final release. At last night's Go/No-Go meeting, it was decided to release July 2.

Jaroslav Reznik, who co-chaired the meeting, said on Fedora devel mailing list late last night:

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