"The screenshots you see in this article are taken from a Fedora 13
nightly snapshot via compose on 2010-05-06 and represent what the final
Fedora 13 "Goddard" experience should look like. Some of our favorite
features for Fedora 13 include Btrfs system rollback support, Nouveau's
Classic Mesa and Gallium3D drivers being readily available, Anaconda
installer improvements, better DisplayPort support for open-source
graphics drivers, the GNOME 2.30 desktop (and KDE 4.4 too), many package
updates, and NetworkManager improvements."
"Going forward, the codename for Fedora 14 will be announced next week
and developers will quickly be turning their attention to this next Red
Hat release. The final release of Fedora 14 is tentatively scheduled for
release on the 26th of October, but we would be surprised if it is not
pushed back into early November per the usual Fedora milestone delays.
Fedora 14 is likely to ship with GNOME 3.0, KDE 4.5, the Linux
2.6.35/2.6.36 kernel, GCC 4.5, and X.Org Server 1.9."