This week the Fedora project released a new beta snapshot for Fedora 27. The development snapshot offers a preview of new packages and features the Fedora team is developing. Missing among the usual download images for Fedora 27 Beta were ISO files for the project's Server edition. Fedora Magazine explains why the Server images have been delayed: "The Fedora Project just released the beta version of Fedora 27, including Fedora Workstation and Fedora Atomic Host. Since Fedora ships with three editions, you may be wondering: where's Fedora 27 Server beta? The short answer: it's coming soon. Remember Boltron, the Modular Server Preview from a few months ago? The Fedora Server team has been building on feedback from that preview and plans to make the next Fedora Server release based on this technology. But, the team also wants to make sure it would be actually useful to you, not just another preview. And, when it came time to make the general beta release, the team decided it wasn't ready yet." The project also reported it would be holding back 32-bit builds of the Beta due to a problem in the checksum process: "Also be aware that we are missing i686 (32-bit Intel architecture) images for this release; this is due to a bug in image checksum creation and which we will fix by the final release."