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AltArch SIG Announced For CentOS: Fun For ARM & More

On Monday a message was sent out to the centos-announce mailing list bringing attention to the newly created AltArch Special Interest Group. The focus of the group is for the community to come together and support CentOS 7 on architectures other than x86_64-- architectures such as ARMv7, AArch64 (64-bit ARM), 32-bit x86.

7 August 2015 - Alt Archs For CentOS - 2 Comments
Red Hat & Samsung Team Up For Mobile Alliance

Red Hat and Samsung jointly announced today from Red Hat Summit 2015 that kicked off in Boston that they're forming a strategic alliance to work on next-generation mobile solutions for the enterprise.

23 June 2015 - Mobile Enterprise Alliance - 6 Comments
Red Hat Is Hiring More Developers To Work On Wayland, Open-Source Graphics

Red Hat is hiring more developers that will focus on Fedora, especially the Fedora Workstation product, that in turn will flow back into RHEL and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation. Among the type of work that Red Hat is looking for in the candidates include experience with Wayland, LLVMpipe, X.Org, compiler optimizations, graphics driver enablement, etc.

22 January 2015 - Red Hat Jobs - 23 Comments
After 10+ Years, NetworkManager Reaches v1.0

After more than ten years of development, Dan Williams of Red Hat has announced the release of NetworkManager 1.0. The NetworkManager 1.0 release is more than just bumping the version after waiting long enough, but there's many improvements too over NetworkManager 0.9!

19 December 2014 - NetworkManager 1.0 - 29 Comments
CentOS Puts Out Its First Monthly Rolling Media Release

The CentOS project is beginning to produce monthly re-spins of CentOS 7 that contain all of the updated packages introduced this month. This new CentOS Linux rolling media approach will make it easier to install a fully-updated EL7 system with having to install just minimal updates after the installation.

5 December 2014 - CentOS - 8 Comments

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