CentOS Pulse - Monthly CentOS Newsletter
The CentOS Pulse Newsletter is an important tool to communicate within the community. It is run by the community to collect interesting bits from the wiki, mailinglist, fora, SIGs and other sources, and put them into the spotlight.
Subscribing to the newsletter
The newsletter is published on this Wiki, but a lot of readers prefer to get an email when a new edition is being published so we have a low-traffic mailinglist for the sole purpose of announcing a new issue. You can subscribe to these newsletter announcements from: http://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos-newsletter
March 2020, Issue #2003 English on 2020-03-03
February 2020, Issue #2002 English on 2020-02-06
January 2020, Issue #2001 English on 2020-01-07
December 2019, Issue #1912 English on 2019-12-03
November 2019, Issue #1911 English on 2019-11-04
October 2019, Issue #1910 English on 2019-10-08
September 2019, Issue #1909 English on 2019-09-02
August 2019, Issue #1908 English on 2019-08-07
July 2019, Issue #1907 English on 2019-07-03
June 2019, Issue #1906 English on 2019-06-04
May 2019, Issue #1905 English on 2019-05-07
April 2019, Issue #1904 English on 2019-04-02
March 2019, Issue #1903 English on 2019-03-05
Issue #1902 English on 2019-02-07
Issue #1901 English on 2019-01-08
Issue #1807 English on 2018-12-04
Issue #1806 English on 2018-11-06
Issue #1803 on 2018-08-03
Issue #1802 on 2018-07-03
Earlier issues (2010 and earlier)
The newsletter is always looking for your interesting community-related content: Anything you're doing with, or on top of, or nearby, CentOS, that you'd like to publicize to our community. See Contributing for some more information where we want to go to.
If you feel you have an insight into a specific subject, we need you to provide us with the tips or maintain that section. Please contact Rich Bowen - firstname.lastname@example.org - or the centos-promo mailinglist so we can discuss your ideas in more detail.
All discussion will happen on the centos-promo mailinglist.