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Re: [scl.org] Node versions

Hi Greg,

currently we ship LTS releases in RHSCL, which means v4, v6 (released recently, s2i image should be available soon as well) and there are definitely plans for v8 in the future.

About having latest Node.js available as SCL (as in having odd releases and latest z-stream), I believe that would make a lot of people happy and I'd like to see it happen,
but I'm afraid it could be realized only as a COPR project.

I am sorry the new collection isn't available in CentOS yet, I'll try to get it to repos as soon as possible.

Node.js maintainer

On Wed, May 10, 2017 at 5:54 AM, Greg Swift <gregswift gmail com> wrote:
Has the general community plan for tracking node versions been discussed before? I see that Node4 went into maintenance a few days ago[1]. I was looking into this because one of my peers was trying to install ethercalc in openshift on node4, and it doesnt work because it requires node 4.8+ (well 5 if you want to avoid feature flags).

I found a few attempts at SCL builds in COPR [2], but only one looked like it was going anywhere with node 6 (current LTS) [3]. Doesn't appear that anyone has mentioned node on this list since 2015[4].  Nothing on stackoverflow either.[5]

I've been watching some of the other chats on here, such as about Python3.latest.  So I'm just kinda curious what people's thoughts are? I'm interested in helping and also into looking into building an node6 lts version of the LTS. I'm also planning on looking at doing a build of the OpenShift containers and s2i[6] for node6.

No idea what my time schedule is, but my co-workers are definitely interested and they are my customers :D

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