Re: How will fragmentation help Red Hat

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Tom nailed it for me, similar boat. We moved to Rocky as a holding position
with their LTS, but it just doesn't make sense any more to use a Redhat
base with any new server.

The trust I think has gone since the Centos rug pull, and that's important.
I do think we'll see some changes to come (I can't work out if Suse forking
RH is interesting or not), but I think most people want stability with

I would like to say a genuine thanks to all those who have helped


On Thu, Jul 13, 2023 at 1:43 PM Tom Bishop <bishoptf@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I think I finally need to remove myself from the centos mail list but
> coming from @redhat worker trying to explain what their company has
> done, is pretty disingenuous to say the least. It's pretty clear what
> they are trying to do and it's all driven by greed, have seen it over
> and over in the opensource world, and lets be clear thats what it
> always comes down to is greed. Bottom line its a d*ck move by Redhat,
> but technically still meets the letter of the GPL so it is what it is.
> IMHO they basically became another Oracle and we know how most feel
> about them, but hey someone has this great idea to make more money
> they have the right based on the GPL to do it..I moved a few servers
> to Rocky when they killed Centos but this is it for me, I will migrate
> my remaining servers over to anything but Redhat, they are dead to me.
> I had been using Centos for many years, when Karanbir Singh was
> running things and they would go to meet ups and you could get
> t-shirts etc..Was a great run but Redhat has ruined all that and now I
> just could care less what Redhat does from here on out. I'm nobody,
> but where I do work we have options for which linux distro that we
> want to run, I can assure you I will not be spinning up an Redhat
> instances...fool me once, fool me twice...
> Tom Bishop
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