Fedora has a big new release available in version 38 which came a bit early. As usual lots of new features and fixes, plus a fancy new Budgie desktop spin.
You can grab it as the main Fedora Workstation which includes an upgrade to GNOME 44 that's filled full of new features like the thumbnail view in the file picker, a new lock screen, enhanced quick settings with a "background apps" section, improvements to accessibility settings, better Flatpak support along with the new unfiltered view of applications on Flathub and so on. The Fedora team also made an adjustment to make shut downs faster.
This release also brings with it new official spins (alternative desktop environments) like the Budgie Desktop, "Sericea" that comes with the Sway window manager in an rpm-ostree version and a Phosh image for mobile devices. This is in addition to the existing spins with KDE, Xfce and more.
Various other upgrades like the inclusion of the updated dnf5 package manager for testing that has performance improvements, a smaller memory footprint, and a new daemon that can provide an alternative to PackageKit.