Re: An update on RHEL moving to

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On Sat, Sep 16, 2023 at 12:07 AM Kevin Kofler via devel
<devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Colin Walters wrote:
> > Also of salient note, to the best of my knowledge the dist-git equivalent
> > for Amazon Linux's isn't public.
> Neither is the one for RHEL.

Even prior to that, it wasn't public. While they have been moving to (which is still private), the RHEL dist-git
exists inside of Red Hat in their Git instance (with multiple

Nobody seriously believed that was a place to develop
RHEL. That always happened elsewhere.

CentOS Stream exists now, but actual development is split between
RHEL-internal and CS-public depending on what is being worked on. To
their credit, Red Hat does a lot of work to keep RHEL-internal and
CS-public in sync. The main reason things go out of sync between
RHEL9-devel and CS9-public usually relates to some kind of embargo,
and those are eventually reconciled.

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