AdamM i meant no-name as in "in the hosting industry", who uses CL? Nobody. There's a dozen other distros with broader adoption by the hosting community at large, that makes support for CL seem highly unreasonable. As for rocky, that's why I included Alma, it doesn't really matter to me - just that a CentOS offshoot would be so much more valuable to Enhance's users and investment in dev time. Debian, fedora, alma, rocky, alpine, suse, mint, shoot I'd reckon even Amazon Linux would have more prospective users for enhance vs CL.
I'd personally prefer Ubuntu/Almalinux/Debian support, as I use all three in hosting applications. Debian and Alma have been particularly reliable.
But I'd rather they stick with only Ubuntu for the foreseeable future - there's just too much work to do in the existing roadmap... Like, we can't have more than one master control panel at the moment, that's a critical single point of failure, idk how there can even be discussion of additional distros when such critical issues in the core product still exist.