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Joining EPEL is as simple as being part of Fedora (e.g. be a part of the packager group in the account system) and having a love for Enterprise Linux. There is a template that can be used for [[EPEL/PackageMaintainer/GenericJobDescription| maintaining EPEL packages as part of a job]]. More details in the [[EPEL/FAQ#Contributing_to_EPEL| FAQ entry on contributing]].  
 
Joining EPEL is as simple as being part of Fedora (e.g. be a part of the packager group in the account system) and having a love for Enterprise Linux. There is a template that can be used for [[EPEL/PackageMaintainer/GenericJobDescription| maintaining EPEL packages as part of a job]]. More details in the [[EPEL/FAQ#Contributing_to_EPEL| FAQ entry on contributing]].  
  
Communicate with the EPEL SIG or other EPEL contributors via the [http://www.redhat.com/archives/epel-devel-list/ EPEL developers mailing list]  and #epel on the [http://freenode.net/ Freenode IRC Network].
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Communicate with the EPEL SIG or other EPEL contributors via the [http://www.redhat.com/archives/epel-devel-list/ EPEL developers mailing list]  and #epel on the [https://libera.chat/ Libera IRC Network].
  
 
* [[EPEL SIG]]  - EPEL Special Interest Group
 
* [[EPEL SIG]]  - EPEL Special Interest Group

Latest revision as of 10:17, 2 July 2021

EPEL for Contributors

Joining EPEL is as simple as being part of Fedora (e.g. be a part of the packager group in the account system) and having a love for Enterprise Linux. There is a template that can be used for maintaining EPEL packages as part of a job. More details in the FAQ entry on contributing.

Communicate with the EPEL SIG or other EPEL contributors via the EPEL developers mailing list and #epel on the Libera IRC Network.