[CentOS] Centos versions in the future?

Wed Jul 7 10:28:58 UTC 2021
Leon Fauster <leonfauster at googlemail.com>

On 07.07.21 12:07, Nikolaos Milas wrote:
> On 7/7/2021 12:47 μ.μ., J Martin Rushton via CentOS wrote:
>> There's also Alma, which is where I've gone after being with CentOS 
>> since 5.3 
> AlmaLinux is a great project too, IMHO, but things show that the new 
> industry standard (replacing CentOS) will probably be Rocky Linux.
> (Yes, RHEL **AND** CentOS have indeed been industry standards - the 
> point of reference -, IMHO, and this is what IBM/RHEL have failed to 
> realize: You don't alter a point of reference.)

It should not be forgotten that  Rocky Linux will be a 1:1 rebuild, also 
in the future. So, to shape this future everyone is invited to 
participate at CentOS Stream. This is a great future or not?

> It is interesting to see what Service Providers will do with their (huge 
> numbers of) CentOS installations, when they migrate...
>  From the users/admins' perspective it is to their interest to have 
> robust and healthy alternatives.
> In our org, I am now using Rocky Linux on new installations (without 
> issues) and will be migrating several CentOS 8 boxes to Rocky Linux as 
> well.
> Cheers,
> Nick
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