Yes, we are.
Great - thanks.
Is there any timeline out in the open?
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Not at the moment. We have internal builds of Spacewalk 2.10 that are currently undergoing integration testing, but we've updated the Database and Instant Client versions, so our testing matrix is pretty extensive and can take awhile.
I am looking forward to the next release as well. One that support Oracle Linux 8.
Now that the project is being discontinued. Is there a possibility that Oracle may take over the project? I personally am not a fan of foreman/katello/pulp/the other 5 projects that make up satellite 6. It's so convoluted. I personally feel Red Hat went that route to make sure people pay for licences. I will also way I am not a fan of OEM for patching. If you could provide any insight that would be great. We are trying to do some larger project that will utilize the spacewalk API. I'd hate to see all that work be for naught.
It's something we've discussed, but probably unlikely at this stage. The SUSE folks are doing a great job with Uyuni though, if you're like to stick with a Spacewalk derived project.