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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/fedora/status/1420750582432681991]Nest With Fedora starts a week from today. Register for free at hopin.com/events/nest-wi…

As a reminder, the Fedora Code of Conduct applies in all online and offline project spaces. docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/project/…

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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/openshift/status/1420379564048539648]Red Hat OpenShift 4.8 is now generally available (GA) for new installs and upgrades!

Highlights (1/2):

- Kubernetes 1.21
- OpenShift Pipelines GA
- IPv6 single stack, IPv4/IPv6 dual stack
- NVIDIA GPU Multi-instance GPU (MIG) support
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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/knurd42/status/1418438004453085185]# 1.0 is out: firewalld.org/2021/07/firewa…

Highlights include: "[…] Intra-zone forwarding by default […] NAT rules moved to inet family (reduced rule set) […] iptables backend is deprecated […] Reduced dependencies"

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The updated # that make # 33 and 34 jump from # 5.12.y to 5.13.y are rolling out now through the regular stable update repos: bodhi.fedoraproject.org/updates/?searc…




[bookmark=https://twitter.com/knurd42rhfc/status/1417457653748486145]It's that time again: # # once again is doing the right & reasonable thing by preparing to jump from # 5.12.y to 5.13.y in #. This will bring security improvements and new drivers to users as regular update – something a lot more distributions IMHO should do.

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The default kernel in Fedora is still 5.12.x :)

I checked this yesterday.

Nope, since about 9 hours (it was pushed then) it's 5.13.x as soon as you update from a mirror that's update (you might need to tell dnf to update the repodata; and maybe it still accepts older repodata for a few hours).

@Thorsten 'Red Hat, Fedora & CentOS' Leemhuis(5/6)

thanks for the info. Today I managed to upgrade kernel to 5.13.4 in Fedora :)



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/redhatopen/status/1417854529110958080]In one day, join @fedora Project Leader @mattdm for his # AMA! ow.ly/YU3G50Fwz8D

Red Hat at GUADEC, July 21-25, 2021 [/bookmark]



It's that time again: # # once again is doing the right & reasonable thing by preparing to jump from # 5.12.y to 5.13.y in #. This will bring security improvements and new drivers to users as regular update – something a lot more distributions IMHO should do.



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/vwbusguy/status/1415741180235505667]CentOS isn't dead. It's finally getting its proper wings. CentOS is now more than just a RHEL clone. It's an actual community enterprise Linux distro.[/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/CentOS/status/1415753919200903175]Fedora Linux, CentOS Stream, and RHEL are all part of the same family. Here's how they interrelate:

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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/rhatdan/status/1415011106230312968]Have you ever wondered what is the difference between a Container and an Image (Container Image)? If, yes, I try to explain it in this weeks blog.
@redhat @openshift @ibm [/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/ChrisShort/status/1413648416840863745]Recommended Read: CentOS Stream: 'I was slow on the uptake, but I get what they are doing now,' says Rocky Linux founder • The Register [/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/fatherlinux/status/1412869283416260608]RHEL 8.4 is out, and there's lot of new goodness with containers - What’s new in RHEL Container Tools? red.ht/3wlB7lv

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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/bstinsonmhk/status/1411376063943430144]@TheMaxamillion Think about something missing from your favorite package for RHEL 9. If there’s a bugzilla open for it, great! If not open one bugzilla.redhat.com the key thing here is to continuously work with RHEL maintainers on OS content in the open even after branching from Fedora [/bookmark]




[bookmark=https://twitter.com/CentOS/status/1410221791503699971]Fedora has announced the dates (August 5th-8th), and the CFP (Now open!), for their upcoming "Nest With Fedora" community event.
Announcing Dates & CfP for Nest with Fedora
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Thread about package updating in #/# and #. Nice read.

Fedora seems to be much better for this case, but FWIW, I still consider it to hard, as I'd prefer a more Wikipedia-like process for packaging in general… (With package owners for gating updates)
[bookmark=https://twitter.com/zygoon/status/1409999527009001472]So I wanted to fix a one-liner bug in a package I contributed to @ubuntu. It’s also a comparative journey, as I will be comparing that to @fedora. This was a journey, or rather, it still is, because the process takes days or weeks to complete.[/bookmark]



[bookmark=https://twitter.com/ProfMatsuoka/status/1409751294470803457]Very happy to be running *shrink wrapped* RHEL on #, with an OS instance on every one of its 158,976 nodes, or nearly 8 million Arm SVE cores.[/bookmark]



And it looks like the new # release will be included in # 35: fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/f…

Okay, yeah, it's only proposed for now, but many proposed features get accepted.
[bookmark=https://twitter.com/knurd42/status/1409569266081406987]# 1.0 is approaching: firewalld.org/2021/06/the-up…

```[…] Intra-zone forwarding by default[…] NAT rules moved to inet[…] Default target is now similar to reject[…] ICMP blocks and block inversion only apply to input, not forward[…] # backend is deprecated[…]```

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[bookmark=https://twitter.com/Det_Conan_Kudo/status/1407729059598045188]Woot! My talk from @devconf_cz 2021 on @Btrfs in @Fedora is now up for folks to watch! If you missed it when I gave the talk back in February, you can watch it now! [/bookmark]




[bookmark=https://twitter.com/strzibnyj/status/1407680498097438728]I prepared a table of CentOS 8 free alternatives nts.strzibny.name/centos-8-free-…

Might not be perfect, will be updated:) # # [/bookmark]

it is written "CentOS alternatives" but I would say "RHEL clones".