On Tue, Dec 15, 2020 at 6:30 PM Jason Brooks <jbrooks at redhat.com> wrote: > [...] > No. I was on that team too, and growing CentOS beyond just consumption > and into contribution was something we emphasized throughout. Our > primary intent, the reason the whole thing got started, was that we > needed to provide our layered projects with a slow-moving community > distro to layer atop. That's why we put so much effort into the SIGs, > and into opening up the build processes and tools. Even with that work > done, until we opened up RHEL development itself, contributions to the > core of CentOS were basically blocked. Now, in addition to the layered > project need, which hasn't gone away, we need a distro to open up RHEL > development, and CentOS Stream is that distro. > Isn't that what fedora is used for?