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[FOSS Post] Red Hat is Shooting Itself in the Foot, Again!

Red Hat announced that it would start locking the source code for RHEL packages behind a subscription paywall, making it very much harder to build derivative and RHEL-compatible distributions like Rocky Linux and others.
[FOSS Post] Red Hat is Shooting Itself in the Foot, Again!

Red Hat announced that it would start locking the source code for RHEL packages behind a subscription paywall, making it very much harder to build derivative and RHEL-compatible distributions like Rocky Linux and others.

This means that if you wish to access RHEL package source codes, then you need to buy an RHEL subscription first. Otherwise, you won’t be able to access them. They will no longer be publicly available.

Red Hat is Shooting Itself in the Foot, Again
3 long years have passed since the CentOS project - directed by Red Hat after being acquired by IBM - announced the shift towards CentOS Stream and ending