This week Red Hat made some waves with the news regarding CentOS. We’re going to dive deep into this topic as we’re joined by Mike McGrath, Red Hat’s Vice President of Engineering to discuss the news and Mike will take us through the details on CentOS Stream and what it will mean for the commuinity. This week we we will also be bringing back the famous Jill’s Treasure Hunt segment where we get to take a look at some cool stuff from Jill’s collection. Plus we have our community feedback, gaming, tips tricks and software picks. All of this and so much more this week on Destination Linux.

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  1. Avatar for zoof zoof says:

    I don’t doubt the value of Centos Stream but McGrath’s comments don’t change the fact that Centos 8 support will end in 2021, contrary to community expectations. Moreover, 1) Centos Stream is does not have the stability required for self hosted, non-money-making sites and 2) based on his description of Redhat’s increased free offerings, such sites are ineligible. People running servers with Centos 8 are SOL.

    I’m thankful that I am still on Centos 7. When that reaches EOL, unless one of the proposed RHEL clones looks promising, I will be switching to an Ubuntu LTS.

  2. Avatar for ak2020 ak2020 says:

    Starting-off on community builds of RHEL and contributing to CentOS could lead somewhere, who knows. I am also interested in Mobile Linux platforms such as UBPorts because they seem so in need of support and as users we’re in dire need of them, I think Jill :slight_smile:

  3. Avatar for Ulfnic Ulfnic says:

    Just got to the video, completely slammed this week.

    @jill_linuxgirl you have 650 vintage computers! WHAT!?!? If they were in a museum no one would get to see them or there’d be 2 or 3 static pictures on a Website. Grateful they’re in your hands so we can experience them with you with warmth.

    As a kiddo i’d use NetZero to play Phantasy Star Online on the Dreamcast and drive my parents crazy taking up the phone line when I wasn’t using AOL. :stuck_out_tongue: The furthest I go back is Compuserve.

  4. Aaaahhhww, thank you so much @Ulfnic :blush: I never thought of it that way! That brings a tear to my eye :joy:

    COOL!!! Playing Fantasy Star Online was an awesome use of NetZero!

    So awesome! You go back a long time to! Compuserve was my first email address! :grinning:

    Hope you have a happy holidays @Ulfnic :joy::christmas_tree::penguin:

  5. My parents were actually very liberal about dial up usage, but even they weren’t too friendly to the idea of me playing Phantasy Star Online on the Dreamcast for extended lengths of time.

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