EuroLinux Q4 2022 Roadmap

In the previous quarter, we released EuroLinux Desktop 9, and EuroLinux 8.6 began using public mirrors. Currently, this applies to the main repositories, but starting with versions 8.7 and 9.1, all repositories will be supported by mirrors. We cleaned up the Vault policy and started work on the Rebel repository and the EuroMan 2.0 system.

In Q4 we plan to continue work on the Rebel repository and EuroMan 2.0 beta. We are working on a new product called EuroELS (Extended Life Support), which will extend the lifecycle of RHEL 6, CentOS 6, Oracle Linux 6 and Scientific Linux 6 until 2024. We intend to introduce community-proposed improvements to EuroLinux Desktop, including a default email program or better support for Samba. There are also plans to implement Gaia 3.0 in beta, which will automatically become the production version after the update, and to issue certification tests to verify that the hardware we use will work with a given version of EuroLinux.

EuroLinux roadmap