Brussels / 4 & 5 February 2023


CentOS Stream

RHEL development in public

CentOS Stream is where RHEL development happens in public. You can preview content coming to RHEL, test your things on top of it, and even participate! We'll show you how it works, highlight the key differences between Fedora ELN, CentOS Stream and RHEL, and see where it's all happening.

While showing some level of technical detail, this talk will be high-level, intended for anyone curious about Linux distributions. You'll learn about possible use cases of CentOS Stream, about how code flows into RHEL starting with Fedora, and how you can potentially influence goes into RHEL.


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