Category Archives: Community

Welcoming new members to the CentOS Container team

Join me in warmly welcoming Dharmit Shah, Bama Charan Kundu and Navid Shaikh to the CentOS Container team. They are primarily focused on delivering and curating the CentOS Container Pipeline (https://github.com/centos/container-pipeline-service ). In the coming weeks, keep an eye out for announcements from them in the CentOS Blog at https://seven.centos.org . – KB

Join us at the CentOS Interlock at Paris, in Nov 2016

Hi Everyone, Link to event: https://wiki.centos.org/Events/Interlock2016 I am pleased to announce that we are running a CentOS Interlock event in Paris later this year. This is a two day event that runs from the 9th Nov to the 10th Nov, in Paris, France. The event is going to be a great way to engage with… Read More »

Welcoming the OpsTool SIG

It gives me great pleasure to welcome Matthias Runge, Rich Megginson and the entire community to the OpsTools Special Interest Group in CentOS. The OpsTools SIG, as they are known, are a group focused on building, testing and delivering tools typically used in operations roles in various types of infrastructure including Cloud deployments, management around… Read More »

Welcome CDN77.com as a CentOS Project Sponsor

Over the years, the CentOS Project infra has exclusively been run on donated hardware, managed by the CentOS infra team from end to end. Most of the edge parts of the content delivery have happened from third party mirrors – these third party mirrors have helped massively in ensuring that we’re able to deliver content… Read More »

CentOS Project group on Facebook is over 20k users

The CentOS Project’s facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/centosproject/ just went over 20,000 users ( its at 20,038 at the moment ). Great milestone and many thanks for all the support. Large chunks of credit goes to Ljubomir Ljubojevic ( https://www.facebook.com/ljubomir.ljubojevic ) for his time and curating the admin team on the Facebook group. And a shout… Read More »

Forcing CPU speed

Most of the time tuned-adm can set fairly good power states, but I’ve noticed that when I want powersave as the active profile, to try and maximize the battery life – it will still run with an ondemand governor; In some cases, eg when on a plane and spending all the time in a text… Read More »

CentOS Meetup in London 3rd Dec 2015

Hi, We now have a CentOS Users and contributors group for the UK on meetup.com ( http://www.meetup.com/CentOS-UK/ ), and I hosted the inaugural meetup over beer a few days back. It was a great syncup, and lots of very interesting conversations. One thing that always comes through at these meetings and I really appreciate is… Read More »

The portable cloud

In late 2012 I constructed myself a bare bones cluster of a couple of motherboards, stacked up and powered, to be used as a dev cloud. It worked, but was a huge mess on the table, and it was certainly neither portable nor quiet. That didnt mean I would not carry it around – I… Read More »

Progress on the Software Collections SIG

hi, The software collections special interest group ( https://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/SCLo ) has been making great progress and have finished their initial bootstrap process. They are now getting ready to do a mass build for test and release. I’ve just delivered their rpm signing key, so we are pretty close to seeing content in mirror.centos.org. As an… Read More »

Our second stable Atomic Host release

Jason just announced our second stable CentOS Atomic Host release at http://seven.centos.org/2015/09/announcing-a-new-release-of-centos-atomic-host/ I’m very excited about this one, and its not only because I’ve helped make it happen – but this is also the first time a SIG in the CentOS Ecosystem has done a full release, from rpms, to images, to hosted vendor space… Read More »