RHEL 10's plan reveals Wayland's dominance in future Linux releases, focusing on enhanced display features. Here's more on that!
Effective October 10, Red Hat's Mailman-based Security Announcements list will be retired in favor of a public RSS feed.
CIQ, Oracle, and SUSE announced the Open Enterprise Linux Association (OpenELA) formation to support RHEL-based distributions.
AlmaLinux will now only be Application Binary Interface (ABI) compatible with Red Hat Enterprise Linux due to Red Hat's actions.
Oracle publicly laughed at Red Hat for limiting access to their code and offered AlmaLinux and Rocky Linux to use Oracle's sources.
In a surprising move, SUSE announced plans to release their fork, fully compatible with and based on RHEL. Here's more on that!
In a surprising proposal, Fedora plans to implement a telemetry tool in next year's upcoming Fedora 40 Workstation release.
SUSE has issued an official statement in response to the growing concern in Open Source circles due to Red Hat's actions. Here's what they said.
Red Hat has quietly expanded the number of entitlements in the Developer Subscription for Individuals program from 16 to 240.
In an unexpected move, Red Hat announced that CentOS Stream will now be the sole repository for public RHEL-related source code releases.