[CentOS-devel] Before You Get Mad About The CentOS Stream Change, Think About…

Sat Dec 26 16:11:35 UTC 2020
Jean-Marc Liger <jean-marc.liger at parisdescartes.fr>

Le 21/12/2020 à 21:27, Jean-Marc Liger a écrit :
> Le 21/12/2020 à 18:31, Mike McGrath a écrit :
>> On Mon, Dec 21, 2020 at 11:13 AM John Crisp 
>> <jcrisp at safeandsoundit.co.uk <mailto:jcrisp at safeandsoundit.co.uk>> wrote:
>>     That's the 'Extinguish' bit. Comes after 'Embrace' and 'Extend'.
>> Uhhh, there is no Extinguish in Open Source.  That's the entire 
>> point.  We embraced, we extended.  If others want to carry on the 
>> torch they are more than welcome to do so.
>>           -Mike
> Again, a fair way of doing things would have been, Hey guys since we 
> Red Hat have bought CentOS, making a downstream release of RHEL is 
> just a nonsense, It costs us time and money we can save. So let's 
> reverse the process and make RHEL a downstream of CentOS, it will now 
> be Fedora ELN - > CentOS Stream - > CentOS Linux - > RHEL.
> There would have been no downstream build sponsored by Red Hat, CentOS 
> Linux would have kill other clones this way, as it already did for 
> Scientific Linux 8, the CentOS Community would have been happy to help 
> to get a better RHEL in the Stream process, and Red Hat folks could 
> have put all the value of their brand and specificities in their final 
> products, backed with a strong ecosystem they could have controlled.
> I eared you no answer about this proposal, could you tell me why if 
> it's not all about grabbing more money from the CentOS Community ?
>            -Jean-Marc
I ask for a fourth time this proposal which still remains unanswered, 
but as we say in French, "who doesn't say word consents",therefore it is 
obviously a question of recovering money from the CentOS community with 
the subscriptionsRed Hat coming soon.


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