EDIT: I want to clarify I posted this on my own; team opinions differ on how close we are on this.
Since the issue tracker was created: https://github.com/coreos/fedora-coreos-tracker/issues
We’ve been filing issues and hashing out some architectural choices there. There’s a high
level vision: we want to take a lot of the Container Linux experience, notably Ignition and
automatic updates, though we’ll use ostree and not update_engine. There are still beyond
that a whole lot of details.
I know things have seemed quiet, but I think we’re not too far away from having a first preview
of a release. In the background we’ve been putting a lot of work into getting Ignition working
for example, e.g.:
ConditionFirstBoot=support https://github.com/dustymabe/ignition-dracut/pull/11#issuecomment-399537172 (the first time that
- SELinux support: https://github.com/coreos/ignition/pull/569
And there’s more going on; a big detail is how the build system works and its relationship to Fedora, etc. At this point we’d welcome people to join in on our issue tracker - particularly existing Container Linux and Atomic users interested in the details of the merger/transition.