in case you haven’t heard the news, CentOS project announced it will no longer be RHEL clone and it’s shifting to “Rolling release”. In short, changes go into CentOS first, then into RHEL. Discussion is heated all over the place, but I am not creating this thread to discuss this change in particular.
I believe Foreman+Katello+Pulp are great tools for all those people who would like to start building more controlled CentOS Stream update environments. In general just by using Katello to promote content into lifecycle environment and content view, it’s a big plus on its own. But I was wondering if we can figure out something even better on top of it. I haven’t used this myself, but there is a project that provides CentOS errata data and a katello importer. I am wondering if these tools can be used to get back closer to RHEL-like environment.
Does anyone use Katello pulling data from CentOS Stream already? Any experience? Advice?
If we find a good enough solution, I think it is worth writing a blogpost and maybe an article for some site to spread the news. This is an opportunity we can use to advertise Katello, Foreman and Pulp.