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Re: [atomic-devel] Additional Discussion about the Future of Atomic Host + Container Linux

Really interesting thread. Thanks for sharing. I was SO overwhelmed last week that I didn't even have a chance to respond, and I never would have caught this thread. I just chimed in on a few points, and I am definitely capturing feedback from this thread as potential features/roadmap items, etc.

Best Regards
Scott M

On 05/10/2018 03:32 PM, Sanja Bonic wrote:
Thanks, Micah. This HN thread has been circulating today and I was wondering whether we should retweet and encourage it - so yeah, let's do it. Since the legally approved press release didn't give us much of a way to talk shop, the HN thread is out and helpful for once.

We'll have to see what's next and hope we have a solution or way forward for upstream soon.

Have a good weekend everyone!

On Thu, May 10, 2018 at 4:20 PM, Micah Abbott <miabbott redhat com <mailto:miabbott redhat com>> wrote:

    Many of you probably saw the recent press release or related news
    about the future of Atomic Host + Container Linux.


    As press releases go, it had plenty of buzzwords but was also
    partly ambiguous. So it is not a surprise that you might have
    additional questions.

    While I don't have all (or any?) of the answers, the press release
    was picked up by Hacker News and there has been good discussion
    going on in the thread with members of CoreOS, Fedora, and Red Hat.


    I'd encourage you to read through the thread and see if some (or
    all) of your questions are addressed there.



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