CentOS joins Red Hat.

centos_red-hatCentOS has joined forces with Red Hat! As per officially announced at: http://lists.centos.org/pipermail/centos-announce/2014-January/020100.html – some of the core members: Karanbir Singh, Johnny Hughes Jr, Jim Perrin and Fabian Arrotin are moving to Red Hat. Someone may say that the money already started raining as mirrored in the new look of www.centos.org. Here are some of the statements:

” Some of the key things that are changing:
– – Some of us now work for Red Hat, but not RHEL. This should not have
any impact to our ability to do what we have done in the past, it
should facilitate a more rapid pace of development and evolution for
our work on the community platform.

– – Red Hat is offering to sponsor some of the buildsystem and initial
content delivery resources – how we are able to consume these and when
we are able to make use of this is to be decided.

— The changes we make are going to be community inclusive, and promoted,
proposed, formalised, and actioned in an open community centric manner
on the centos-devel mailing list. And I highly encourage everyone to
come along and participate.”

Maybe they are not ling but still the question is: “Now, where does CentOS stand in the money tree?”

 

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