Any idea when we might see an Atomic ISO release for CentOS? I'm looking for something that will be compatible with Vagrant and their VMware Fusion provider.
I'm also curious about something. The green button linking from http://www.projectatomic.io/download/ to http://buildlogs.centos.org/rolling/7... has up until now said "Testing". I assume that the "testing" tag meant "unstable, will probably break" and should be avoided for anything other than kicking tires with Docker.
Today I see the "Testing" tag is gone but don't see any new host images. Has something changed/matured? The Intro page still says "CentOS (testing)". http://www.projectatomic.io/docs/intr...
Since the last CentOS Atomic Host image was released there have been a number of significant changes, such as the Cockpit updates chronicled in Matthew's blog article from Friday or the runcon workaround documented back in April.
I'm looking to set up a clean devel environment for a new Python project and have been holding out for CentOS since we've standardized on that everywhere.
Even if it's not ready for production, a refresh on the CentOS atomic hosts might be in order.