I host my blog on small machine somewhere in OVH. As part of package I got IPv6 address for it. Five minutes ago I decided to no longer use it. My home Internet provider (UPC) does not offer IPv6 addresses so testing
When I started working for Red Hat I got a list of packages in RHEL 7.0 which did not built for AArch64. Some time later I worked on merging those fixes in Fedora and upstream. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.0 got released.
Firmware update usually ends well. Previous (1.15.19) firmware failed to boot on some of Mustangs at Red Hat but worked fine on one under my desk. Yesterday I got 1.15.22 plus slimpro update and managed to get machine into non-bootable state
Week ago Fedora 23 got released. Also for ARM and AArch64 architectures. But it does not mean that it supports all possible hardware. AArch64 There is the installation guide which lists two supported hardware platforms (besides QEMU): Applied Micro Mustang AMD Seattle