Author: bstinson


CentOS Stream is now available in Azure community galleries

Monday, 25, March 2024 bstinson Uncategorized 1 Comment

CentOS Stream 9 for x86_64 is now available in community gallery (feature of Azure Compute Gallery! You have always been able to generate CentOS Stream images and upload them to your tenants in Azure yourself, but getting started is now a little easier by using prebuilt images in the Gallery.  As an open-source community, the […]

CentOS 8 Status 17-June-2019

Monday, 17, June 2019 bstinson builds, distro 19 Comments

Since the release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 (on 07-May) we've been looking into the tools that we use to build CentOS Linux. We've chosen to use the Koji buildsystem for RPMs, paired with the Module Build Service for modules, delivered through a distribution called Mbox. Mbox allows us to run the Koji Hub […]

Community Infrastructure Maintenance Window: Oct-10-2016

Tuesday, 20, September 2016 bstinson Uncategorized No Comments

The CentOS Infrastructure team will be moving the machines hosting, and on October 10th, 2016. We expect a downtime of 48hrs. Contact us in #centos-devel on freenode at any time during that period for questions, or watch the centos-devel mailing list for the latest updates. The servers, switches, PDUs, and even the […]

Badges Badges Badges: Reporting CICO Job Status across the Web

Friday, 24, June 2016 bstinson ci, cico, t_functional No Comments

Testing your software project is important. Effectively communicating your test results to those that consume your project comes in a close second. Recently we enabled the Embeddable Build Status plugin in which provides Pass/Fail images for the latest build of each job in CICO. These badges are perfect for inclusion in upstream webpages, and in Github README […]

A Flashable CentOS Image for the Intel Edison

Monday, 24, August 2015 bstinson altarch, General, i686 3 Comments

A Flashable Image for the Intel Edison The Intel Edison system-on-a-chip boards are pretty cool, a little compute module can plug into a number of different breakout boards. There's an Arduino-style board, and another form-factor featuring a bunch of stackable modules (GPIO, SD Card, OLED Screen etc.) Since the system is a dual-core Atom, we can […]