In early December (probably the 9th, but idk for sure), I am going to be giving a webinar on CentOS Streams. It seems a strange topic to me for an entire webinar, but this is what the marketing team has decided.
There isn’t a lot of collaboration to be had. Maybe this is the wrong place on the forum for this, but there are two places where I am interested in “audience participation”. First, of course, is you can attend and ask questions. I suspect you will have to give up an email address in order to attend.
Second, and more specifically, what do people want to know about CentOS Streams? This would seem to pretty much cover it:
“Rolling-release distro that tracks just ahead of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) development, positioned as a midstream between Fedora Linux and RHEL. For anyone interested in participating and collaborating in the RHEL ecosystem, CentOS Stream is your reliable platform for innovation.”
But I need to fill 30 minutes. I think I’ll obviously talk a bit about Fedora. I will demo setting up streams (wow, is it easy!).
But yeah, it would be really helpful if you have questions I can include. I can obviously attempt to answer the questions here as well.