Expected to be the same as Fedora Workstation and Fedora Server, Fedora Core will be promoted to an officially released “Edition” during the Fedora 37 development cycle.
Fedora CoreOS is an auto-updating, minimal operating system for container workloads with security and scalability as key design elements. Fedora CoreOS has been in development for several years with the goal of combining the best features of CoreOS Container Linux and Fedora Atomic Host.
Back in the Fedora 34 development cycle, the Fedora CoreOS developers hoped to be promoted to official status but were unsuccessful at the time. Feedback has been addressed in hopes of making Fedora CoreOS the official release alongside Fedora Workstation, Server and IoT builds through the Fedora 37 cycle.
The hope that Fedora CoreOS becomes the “official” release is to encourage its adoption by Linux container workloads. Promoting Fedora CoreOS to an official release is still at the discretion of the Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee (FESCo).
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