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TLDR:

* Will be released on a predictable schedule every 2 years, supported for 5 years. Minor releases every quarter.

* GA will be based on Fedora 35. Preview is currently based on Fedora 34

* There's no official statement regarding compatibility with Fedora packages

* SELinux will be enforcing by default

* Kernel will be a kernel.org longterm version, not the Fedora one

* VM images/docker containers will be officially available when GA. For now you can download images unoffically [1]

* Unofficial ETA is Q2 2022. For reference, AL2 is currently officially supported until June 30, 2023.

1. https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=29344927




You make no mention of it being a rebuild of RHEL 9 beta, so are they making their own EL based on F35 or is it based on RHEL 9?


It's not based on RHEL. They're making their own distro which is based on Fedora.


This sounds closer to what CentOS Stream is planning to be but with a 2-year release cadence instead of 3?




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