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CentOS Hyperscale SIG Quarterly Report for 2023Q4

Monday, 29, January 2024 Davide Cavalca SIG No Comments

This report covers work that happened between September 1st 2023 and January 26th 2024. For previous work, see the 2023Q2 report. Purpose The Hyperscale SIG focuses on enabling CentOS Stream deployment on large-scale infrastructures and facilitating collaboration on packages and tooling. Membership update Since the last update, the SIG gained one new member (Matteo Croce). […]

January 2024 News

Friday, 26, January 2024 shaunm Newsletter No Comments

January 2024 News CentOS Connect will be held February 1-2 in Brussels, right before FOSDEM. Join us for two days of presentations and meetups. The Distributions Devroom will happen again at FOSDEM. CentOS is part of the organizing team. CentOS will have a stand at FOSDEM, in Building AW, shared with our Cloud SIG friends […]

Managing Internal CI Tests with TMT for CentOS Stream Updates

Tuesday, 23, January 2024 Carlos Rodriguez-Fernandez ci 3 Comments

HealthTrio has adopted CentOS Stream 9 for several use cases within our system. We have a few dozen servers supporting operations like sandbox environments, build infrastructure, monitoring, analytics, automation, and mirroring. All of these servers supporting corporate activities necessitate the use of a safe patch management system. Internal mirrors repositories are a traditional solution that […]

CentOS Infrastructure Summary 2023

Monday, 15, January 2024 zlopez Infra No Comments

This is a summary of the work done by the CentOS Infrastructure team. This team maintains the infrastructure for both CentOS and CentOS Stream. This update is made from infographics and detailed updates. If you want to just see what’s new, check the infographics. If you want more details, continue reading.

Distributions Devroom at FOSDEM 2024

Friday, 1, December 2023 shaunm Uncategorized No Comments

In two months, the CentOS Project returns to FOSDEM in Brussels, Belgium on February 3-4, 2024. We will host CentOS Connect on the two dates before FOSDEM, and we'll once again have a stand at FOSDEM, shared with RDO and OKD. We're also joining with our friends at Fedora, AlmaLinux, Ubuntu, and openSUSE to deliver […]

November 2023 Newsletter

Friday, 1, December 2023 shaunm Newsletter 2 Comments

November 2023 Newsletter CentOS Connect will be held February 1-2 in Brussels, right before FOSDEM. Join us for two days of presentations and meetups. The CFP for both presentations and meetups is now open. The Distributions Devroom will happen again at FOSDEM. CentOS is part of the organizing team. The CFP is open. The CentOS […]

CentOS Infrastructure Update Q3 2023

Monday, 30, October 2023 zlopez Infra 1 Comment

This is a summary of the work done by the CentOS Infrastructure team. This team maintains the infrastructure for both CentOS and CentOS Stream. This update is made from infographics and detailed updates. If you want to just see what’s new, check the infographics. If you want more details, continue reading.

CentOS Newsletter, September 2023

Friday, 29, September 2023 shaunm Newsletter No Comments

September 2023 Newsletter The board approved the Integration SIG to verify that products and services built on top of RHEL or CentOS Stream will continue to work on CentOS Stream and the next release of RHEL and will not break on package updates. The board approved the ISA SIG to quantify the potential benefits of […]

CentOS Board Meeting Recap, September 2023

Wednesday, 20, September 2023 shaunm Uncategorized No Comments

The recording of the August CentOS Board meeting is now available. Watch the recording Read the minutes The recording has timestamps so you can skip to the parts that interest you. Here are a few highlights of the meeting: After much discussion, the wiki has been archived. There was considerable discussion about improvements to be […]

CentOS Hyperscale SIG Quarterly Report for 2023Q2

Tuesday, 5, September 2023 Davide Cavalca SIG No Comments

This report covers work that happened between April 4th 2023 and August 31st 2023. For previous work, see the 2023Q1 report. Purpose The Hyperscale SIG focuses on enabling CentOS Stream deployment on large-scale infrastructures and facilitating collaboration on packages and tooling. Membership update Since the last update, the SIG gained four new members (Raymond Colebaugh, […]