Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 3rd Aug 2009 23:06 UTC, submitted by hornett
Red Hat It looks like the CentOS leadership situation is moving towards a resolution: "The CentOS Development team had a routine meeting today with Lance Davis in attendance. During the meeting a majority of issues were resolved immediately and a working agreement was reached with deadlines for remaining unresolved issues. There should be no impact to any CentOS users going forward. The CentOS project is now in control of the and domains and owns all trademarks, materials, and artwork in the CentOS distributions. We look forward to working with Lance to quickly complete all the agreed upon issues. More information will follow soon."
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by darknexus on Tue 4th Aug 2009 00:52 UTC
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I don't get how this could be a "routine" meeting given the situation.

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RE: Routine?
by umccullough on Tue 4th Aug 2009 01:08 UTC in reply to "Routine?"
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Perhaps it *was* a routine meeting, and he just happened to show up for once ;)

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Was this whole thing a DUD?
by juvenile4909 on Tue 4th Aug 2009 00:55 UTC
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Publicity Stunt? I wouldn't think so.
I'm glad to see they worked everything out like adults. I hope this sticks and from here they figure a better system to prevent a single point of failure.

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Great news!!
by acobar on Tue 4th Aug 2009 01:16 UTC
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Have read the announcement on CentOS site. It is great that the project will keep going for lots of reasons.

Being a very compatible version of Red Hat to deploy on small business that can't afford the real one or opt to use the "clone" is already good.

But also being a long life span/stable distro with a knowledgeable community, good support, great wiki and nice articles around the web (specially on howtoforge) makes it my favorite professional distro.

Go CentOS, go!

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...letter to Lance, a little more detail about what went on would be appreciated. Or is it a matter of "we whined loud enough and got our way, now everyone is on a need-to-know basis?"

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I Stand Corrected
by segedunum on Tue 4th Aug 2009 15:27 UTC
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Maybe a well timed kick was necessary. The only important thing is that they gain control of the domains and make sure that there is accountability.

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