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Kubernetes has a hard time defining itself sometimes, this behavior makes sense if you think of Kubernetes as a kernel. You either run directly on the kernel, or use a OS that adds features and LTS support to it.

I know however that there is a LTS-SIG that’s trying to figure out what Kubernetes is, and for how long old releases should be supported.




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