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CentOS Community Newsletter, November 2022

Wednesday, 23, November 2022 shaunm Uncategorized No Comments

November 2022 Newsletter Project News CentOS Connect has been announced as a FOSDEM Fringe event. This free event takes place in Brussels on February 3, 2023, the day before FOSDEM. If you’re attending FOSDEM, join us at CentOS Connect to learn about CentOS and connect with the people who work on it. Alternate Images SIG […]

November Board Meeting Recap

Friday, 11, November 2022 shaunm Uncategorized No Comments

November Board Meeting Recap The CentOS Board held its monthly meeting on Wednesday. The recording and minutes of that meeting are now available. Watch the recording Read the minutes Here are a few highlights of the meeting: There is ongoing work on a vision statement spearheaded by Pat. We hope to present the final version […]

CentOS Community Newsletter, October 2022

Friday, 28, October 2022 shaunm Uncategorized No Comments

October 2022 Newsletter Project News Modularity in EPEL 8 The EPEL team is retiring package modularity in EPEL 8. Modules were introduced in RHEL 8, but have since been phased out. They were never supported in EPEL 9. Keylime Changes The Keylime team has announced th new versions of keylime and keylime-agent-rust will include major […]

CPE Quarterly Update Q3 2022

Wednesday, 26, October 2022 zlopez Infra No Comments

This is a summary of the work done on initiatives by the CPE Team. Each quarter CPE Team together with CentOS and Fedora community representatives chooses initiatives that will be worked on in this quarter. The CPE Team is then split into multiple smaller sub-teams that will work on chosen initiatives + day to day […]

CentOS Hyperscale SIG Quarterly Report for 2022Q3

Monday, 3, October 2022 Davide Cavalca SIG No Comments

CentOS Hyperscale SIG Quarterly Report for 2022Q3 This report covers work that happened between July 5th and September 30th. For previous work, see the 2022Q2 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 […]

CentOS Hyperscale SIG conference recap

Thursday, 29, September 2022 Davide Cavalca SIG No Comments

In the past couple of months members of the CentOS Hyperscale SIG attended several conferences where they were able to share the work the SIG is doing and meet up in person, in some cases for the first time. We have a page tracking conference presentations around Hyperscale-related topics. You can find references there to […]

CentOS Community Newsletter, September 2022

Thursday, 22, September 2022 shaunm Uncategorized No Comments

September 2022 Newsletter Project News Tru Stepping Down Tru Huynh has decided to step down from the Board of Directors. We thank him for his many years of hard work on the Board and across the entire CentOS project. Jefro Stepping Up The CentOS Board has appointed Jeffrey “Jefro” Osier-Mixon to fill the vacancy. Jefro […]

How updates work in CentOS

Tuesday, 6, September 2022 Davide Cavalca distro No Comments

This document is an attempt to explain the relationship between Fedora Linux, CentOS Stream and RHEL, with a specific focus around how package updates flow between them. From Fedora to CentOS Stream Fedora is where day-to-day development and innovation happens. Fedora Linux releases every 6 months and each release is maintained for about 13 months. […]

CentOS Community Newsletter, August 2022

Friday, 26, August 2022 shaunm Uncategorized No Comments

August 2022 Newsletter Project News Dojo at DevConf CentOS hosted a Dojo at DevConf.US in Boston. This was our first return to hosting in-person events, and we tried to include remote participants with a YouTube live stream. Thanks to everybody who joined us in Boston or online. We appreciate feedback on how we can improve […]

CentOS Automotive SIG: First Year in Review

Friday, 26, August 2022 Jefro SIG No Comments

In August 2021, the CentOS Automotive SIG launched and held its first meeting with 36 participants. We had no infrastructure, no solid architectural plans, and no documentation - just a very motivated group that very quickly grew beyond Red Hat and into the automotive community. Things have certainly changed since then! Technical lead Pierre-Yves Chibon has […]