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These past few weeks I’ve read through and listened to a lot people’s reactions and responses to our news about the future of the CentOS Project. I see a lot of surprise and disappointment, and I also see people worried about the future and how this is going to affect them, their livelihoods, and the […]

Dear CentOS Enthusiast, With many of you celebrating one holiday or another this time of year, we want to extend to you the warmest wishes for your Thanksgiving, Diwali, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, New Years, and holiday season. We hope for each of you that 2021 brings new opportunities, and much happiness. We have a few […]

Last week I had a short chat with Brian Stinson and Carl George, from Red Hat's CPE (Community Platform Engineering) team about the work they are doing to enable CentOS Stream. (9 minutes)

We have been running the CentOS User Survey for about a month (you can still fill it out - it's just 4 questions) and we're ready to share some preliminary results. We do play to keep running it for another month, to get a wider pool of respondants. Main use Asked what you use CentOS […]

Dear CentOS enthusiast, For those of you who celebrate various things at this time of year, we wish you a wonderful time with family and friends. IN THIS EDITION: News Releases and updates Events SIG reports Contributing News On 2019-11-13 the CentOS Board of Directors held their first meeting following the release of CentOS Linux […]

Dear CentOS enthusiast, CentOS is more than just code. If you want to contribute in other non-code ways - documentation, design, promotion, events - we want to hear from you. See the "Contributing" section below for more details. IN THIS EDITION: News Releases and updates Events Contributing News This month the infrastructure team has been […]

Dear CentOS enthusiast, If you'd like to help out with the process of putting together the newsletter, please see the Contributing section at the end. We're always looking for help! IN THIS EDITION: Releases and updates Events Contributing to the newsletter Releases and updates The big news in September was the release of CentOS Linux […]

Dear CentOS enthusiast, If you'd like to help out with the process of putting together the newsletter, please see the Contributing section at the end. We're always looking for help! IN THIS EDITION: Releases and updates Events Special Interest Groups (SIGs) Contributing to the newsletter Releases and updates August was unusually slow in terms of […]

Purpose To make CentOS a suitable platform for many different storage solutions. It should be very simple for users to deploy CentOS with the components of storage projects of their choice. Membership Update Ceph and Gluster are current projects in the CentOS Storage SIG. We have been in touch with other storage projects that have […]

Today, CentOS turns 15 years old. It’s had hard times and good times, and gone through a number of big changes over those years. We feel that we’ve landed in a really great place, over the last 5 years, as part of the Red Hat family of projects, and we’re very excited about what’s coming […]