The Fedora “Secondary Architecture” team for Power have announced Fedora 16 for PowerPC, the first PowerPC Fedora release since Fedora 12, just in time for Christmas. Since Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is based on Fedora, the team of mostly Red Hat and IBM employees are working to ensure the RHEL work required to support IBM’s PowerPC-based servers remains manageable.

The team also promises a regular update stream and mentions Fedora 17 plans, so that’s about as good a roadmap as a secondary architecture can get.

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