[CentOS] CentOS Stream suitability as a production webserver

Tue Jan 5 21:56:53 UTC 2021
Jamie Burchell <mail at jamieburchell.com>

Consider me firmly schooled and I apologise if I have caused any upset with
my comment. My understanding of the situation was the result of pouring
over countless threads where it's difficult to filter out the facts and
reality. It's encouraging for sure that there's potentially at least one
ship to jump to.

On Tue, 5 Jan 2021 at 21:48, Jon Pruente <jpruente at riskanalytics.com> wrote:

> On Tue, Jan 5, 2021 at 3:32 PM Jamie Burchell <mail at jamieburchell.com>
> wrote:
> > I'm sure it's my lack of understanding, but there feels too much hope
> > pinned on "Rocky", which seems like one person (albeit a key person)
> going
> > it alone with the hope of a community following of disgruntled people. I
> > see a single readme file in the repo. I think I'd feel more comfortable
> > using Stream at this point.
> >
> > The uncertainty is frustrating and unsettling.
> >
> If you still think Rocky is one guy going it alone then you haven't been
> paying any attention to it at all. The slack that it started on is so
> active that messages were falling off the 10k scroll back limit in a matter
> of days. It's quieted down some since they have been making use of their
> forums and working on moving to Mattermost, but that sure isn't the
> activity of one person.
> The repo you refer to is just a holding one, with the readme in many
> translations. Go up one level and you'll see the 17 repos thay have for
> infrastructure and other needs. https://github.com/rocky-linux
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