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    Phoronix: CentOS Hyperscaler Effort Approved With Backing From Facebook, Twitter

    The CentOS board has approved the creation of a "Hyperscale" SIG spearheaded by engineers from the likes of Facebook and Twitter in aiming to make CentOS Stream more appealing to such large scale server/cloud organizations...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...e-SIG-Approved

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    I think I'm going to being referring to CentOS as 'Stalin's Condom' from now on.

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      "We'll certainly be monitoring the progress of this special interest group to see what interesting work comes of it."

      We knew you would. Looking forward to your coverage.

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        Michael I think you should put CentOS Stream in the title. The initial impression I got was that companies are putting some effort into keeping the now defunct CentOS alive.
        Since CentOS will be with us for a few years more anyway, I think you should use CentOS Stream as often as possible to help people disambiguate.
        Last edited by bug77; 16 January 2021, 04:04 PM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by bug77 View Post
          Michael I think you should put CentOS Stream in the title. The initial impression I got was that companies are putting some effort into keeping the now defunct CentOS alive.
          Since CentOS willbe with us for a few years more anyway, I think you should use CentOS Stream as often as possible to help people disambiguate.
          Maybe Red Hat should just rename CentOS Stream to RHEL Beta and eliminate any ambiguity.

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