Dear CentOS enthusiast,
Another month into 2019, and we have a lot to tell you about.
CentOS is 15!
As you may have seen either at recent events, or on social media, we’re getting ready to celebrate our 15th birthday! As part of that, Rich has been interviewing various people who were around in those early years, to get some of the back-story on how it all happened. You’ll start seeing these interviews on the blog in the month of March.
This week, we have published an interview with Greg Kurtzer, who founded the project in the first place.
Later, we’ll be publishing interviews with Karsten Wade, Manuel “wolfy” Wolfshant, and Mike McLean, with others to come.
If you would like to talk about your involvement in CentOS, please get in touch with Rich at firstname.lastname@example.org You don’t need to be one of the founders – just to have something interesting to say about your involvement, past, present, and future.
Releases and updates
February was a very busy month for errata and updates. The links below are to the release notes for each update.
Errata and Enhancements Advisories
We issued the following CEEA (CentOS Errata and Enhancements Advisories) during February:
Errata and Security Advisories
We issued the following CESA (CentOS Errata and Security Advisories) during February:
Errata and Bugfix Advisories
We issued the following CEBA (CentOS Errata and Bugfix Advisories) during February:
SIGs – Special Interest Groups – are where people work on the stuff that runs on top of CentOS. We have recently started having SIGs report quarterly, so we have just a few of them each month, getting through the entire list every 3 months.
There was presentation on NFV SIG at the CentOS dojo.
We hope to get fd.io vpp 19.01 release RPMs in mirrors before the end of February. Stay tuned.
More information on the NFV SIG, including how to get involved, may be found on their wiki page.
The opstools SIG has published their quarterly report to the CentOS Blog.
More information on the Opstools SIG, including how to get involved, may be found on their wiki page.
The Virtualization SIG has published their quarterly report to the CentOS Blog.
More information about the Virtualization SIG, including how to get involved, may be found on their wiki page.
FOSDEM was, of course, in February, but we reported on that in last months’ newsletter.
This month, we’ll be sponsoring FOSSAsia in Singapore! We’ll have a CentOS table there, and we’ll have participation from numerous of our favorite projects, including Ansible, ManageIQ, Fedora, and Dogtag.
We are ramping up towards the CentOS Dojo at ORNL, which is now just a month and a half away. We have published our speaker list, and the full schedule of talks should be up very soon. Register today to attend! (Registration is free, but due to the nature of the facility, you must register in advance to gain access through security.)
If you would like to host a Dojo, or have a suggestion for where we should have one, please get in touch with the CentOS Promo mailing list.
Other upcoming events are always listed on the events wiki page.
Contributing to CentOS Pulse
We are always on the look-out for people who are interested in helping to:
- report on CentOS community activity
- provide a report from the SIG on which you participate
- maintain a (sub-)section of the newsletter
- write an article on an interesting person or topic
- provide the hint, tip or trick of the month
Please see the page with further information about contributing. You can also contact the Promotion SIG, or just email Rich directly (email@example.com) with ideas or articles that you’d like to see in the next newsletter.CentOS is available in Cloud Server Linux. Contact us to find out our latest offers!