[CentOS] Centos versions in the future?

Wed Jul 7 09:47:16 UTC 2021
J Martin Rushton <martinrushton56 at btinternet.com>

There's also Alma, which is where I've gone after being with CentOS 
since 5.3

On 07/07/2021 10:44, Nikolaos Milas wrote:
> On 30/4/2021 7:27 μ.μ., Gionatan Danti wrote:
>> The correct answer is to buy RH: fine. But do not let Stream touch 
>> anything which require a kABI compatible modules. As said above, the 
>> Stream move is squarely addresses *cloud* vendor requests and needs. 
>> Again, fine. But please leave apart the RH comparison, this is not 
>> going to help Stream.
>> Again, don't let me wrong: I wishes the best to Stream, and I will use 
>> it where appropriate. But "where" is much smaller today than 
>> yesterday. But this aside, I really thank you all CentOS maintainer 
>> for your monumental work, and I really hope Stream will be a success. 
> I re-visit this thread, since it is crucial for CentOS 8 users.
> RESF / Rocky Linux is gaining worldwide recognition and sets itself as 
> the primary organization / platform to become the CentOS 8 heir / 
> successor in the future.
> Google and Microsoft become RESF sponsors/partners:
>     https://rockylinux.org/news/community-update-june-2021/
> And so IBM/RH lose the tremendous advantage they had by owning the 
> CentOS project, which - it seems - never evaluated correctly.
>  From now on, it is clear that hundreds of thousands of CentOS 
> installations will be migrating to Rocky Linux.
> I also wish the best of success to CentOS Stream, but this is not what 
> the CentOS community expected.
> My 2c.
> Nick
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J Martin Rushton MBCS