back to article Red Hat tips its Fedora at CoreOS Container Linux stans: Hop onto something else, folks, cos this one's on a boat to Valhalla

Red Hat is set to fling a flaming arrow at Red Hat CoreOS Container Linux*, the software firm said as it laid out the details of the end of life timeline for the distro it acquired in January 2018. CoreOS Container Linux is designed as a lightweight operating system optimised for hosting containers. It supports various cluster …

  1. Steve Button

    Awww, thanks IBM

    And we all thought that IBM would be transformed into a more open company by taking over Red Hat.

    Seems like it's the other way round, and Red Hat is turning more into a company that will drop FOSS projects like a hot potato if they think that there's money to be made. Which is why IBM have been in a downward spiral for the past 15 or 20 years, or one of the reasons at least.

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Awww, thanks IBM

      Good bashing, except that RHCOS is still open source. Just because it's transformed, doesn't mean it's terminated.

    2. seven of five Silver badge

      Re: Awww, thanks IBM

      Personally, I´d be surprised if anybody at IBM already knew they also aquired another OS with RedHat, but just blame them anyway, they can cope with it.

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