To build and distribute the Origin 3.x rpm packages to CentOS repository.
Happy New Year to all CentOS community!
As of 2020, the CentOS PaaS SIG wants to make a step towards a new endeavor to help and provide OKD 4.x as part of a wider community. However, for the time being we would like to announce that CentOS PaaS SIG charter will only be to mantain the existing Origin 3.x rpm packages published in the CentOS mirrors while we transition to the new OKD Working group (where all the development is taking place as we speak) which will ship the next version of OpenShift community.
As many of you already know, the OpenShift 4.x brought in a lot of innovation and changes in terms of the architecture, deployment and packaging compared with OpenShift 3.x and with that there been some changes with regards to the development relation between OCP/ OKD 4 which was very well covered in .
And last but not least, we would like to address the 1 mil $ question: Will there be an OKD 4.x based on CentOS as base OS ?
This topic was very much discussed in the OpenShift Working Group kick off meeting as well as the OpenShift dev mailer and the conclusion (captured in the roadmap  ) was:
The initial deliverable of OKD 4.x will be based on Fedora CoreOS as base OS since is the only distribution close to Red Hat CoreOS (rpm-ostree based system driven by Ignition) however should there be any community formed/ willing to develop/ create a CentOS rpm-ostree based system driven by Ignition, the OpenShift Working Group would welcome them (please join the meeting to discuss and maybe create a sub project as mentioned in the cahrter  )
Note, the CentOS PaaS SIG doesn't have the expertise in building / creating a new CentOS distribution nor the knowledge of any other initiative in the CentOS community.
We would like to send kudos to all our members who helped us with the SIG activities:
To find out more information about the OKD Working Group, please visit  where you can find out the charter  as well as the approved roadmap for OKD 4.x . Please do get involved  and if you find issues please open them in  (Bugzilla locations coming soon). You can also contact us on Slack in the #origin-users channel on openshiftcommons.slack.com and #openshift-dev on kubernetes.slack.com.