CentOS Board of Directors has decided to increase the transparency after the meeting and revamp the design and the logo.
CentOS Board met for the first time since the release of CentOS 8.0 and CentOS Stream. They published the minutes from their meetings as a part of their new transparency policy. They are also working on more transparent processes. Board will also add more directors, encourage sub-groups within CentOS.
New directors and sub-groups
Board is also working with designers on a rebranding project for RHEL-based Linux distribution including a revamped logo. Board also revealed some of the design proposals. During the rebranding process, the board announced that they will ensure the discussion concludes in a timely manner.
Source: Official Website of CentOS
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