[CentOS-devel] Centos Atomic deprecated?

Tue Nov 26 17:24:14 UTC 2019
Jason Brooks <jbrooks at redhat.com>

On Tue, Nov 26, 2019 at 8:44 AM Gleidson Nascimento <slaterx at live.com> wrote:
> Being part of CentOS PaaS SIG, and seeing OKD v4 taking shape, I offer my time to assist in moving towards coreos assembler, or to help in any other way the community proposes.
> As soon as we have an equivalent of coreos on CentOS, we will be able to begin our work to release OKD v4. Therefore, this conversation is of our interest.

There's a preview release of OKD 4 out:

They're using Fedora CoreOS for it.

> Probably we will need to form a SIG to investigate this, if one wasn’t already formed.
> Thanks,
> Gleidson
> On 27 Nov 2019, 12:09 AM +1300, Dan Seguin <dan.seguin at Cord3Inc.com>, wrote:
> Whatever you or I find, I will share and help. As I mentioned before, Centos 7 ATomic has huge broken tooling for re-spins. Lorax is lacking for C7. *cough* anaconda updates *cough* And many Lorax changes...
> Would *love* to move to Assembler as Jason told me so long ago....
> Dan
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