November 2023 Newsletter

Friday, 1, December 2023 shaunm Newsletter 2 Comments

November 2023 Newsletter

SIG Reports

Promo SIG

The Promo SIG is responsible for promotion and messaging around the CentOS project, both at physical events and online.


The CentOS NFV SIG provides a CentOS-based stack that will serve as a platform for the deployment and testing of virtual network functions (VNFs) and NFV component packages on compliant CentOS platform. The NFV SIG builds against both CentOS Stream as well as RHEL buildroots for maximal compatibility.

In the next few months, the NFV SIG will be working on automation to keep the Stream and non-Stream releases in sync. If you’d like to participate in this, please reach out on the mailing list!

Artwork SIG

The CentOS Artwork SIG exists to produce The CentOS Project Visual Identity.

Cloud SIG

Packaging and maintaining different FOSS based Private cloud infrastructure applications that one can install and run natively on CentOS Stream.

Alternative Images SIG

The purpose of the Alternative Images SIG is to build and provide alternate iso images for CentOS Stream.

Virtualization SIG

The Virt-SIG aims to deliver a user-consumable full stack for virtualization technologies that want to work with the SIG. This includes delivery, deployment, management, update and patch application (for full lifecycle management) of the baseline platform when deployed in sync with a technology curated by the Virt-SIG..

2 thoughts on "November 2023 Newsletter"

  1. I still would like to see if we can get btrfs support in the kernel but I'm not really knowledgable enough to lead a SIG for it.

    1. shaunm says:

      Good news! The Hyperscale and Kmods SIGs already do work around btrfs enablement. No need to start a new SIG. Just go talk to those folks.

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