EPEL RHEL Entitlements

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In order to request your entitlement, mail kfenzi@redhat.com with your Fedora Account system name, what EPEL package(s) you currently maintain, and your RHN login. Note that you must be an active maintainer and have commited/built/pushed/updated some EPEL packages recently.
 
In order to request your entitlement, mail kfenzi@redhat.com with your Fedora Account system name, what EPEL package(s) you currently maintain, and your RHN login. Note that you must be an active maintainer and have commited/built/pushed/updated some EPEL packages recently.
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Further note that your entitlement will be active for 1 year/12 months. About a month from the expiration of your entitlement, you can re-request it in order to have another year. Please do so with lots of lead time to get it re-newed.
  
 
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Revision as of 15:52, 25 July 2011

RHEL entitlements for EPEL maintainers

Some EPEL maintainers do not have access to RHEL to test and develop their packages. This pilot program allows active EPEL maintainers to request a RHEL entitlement to test or develop their EPEL packages. Note that this is a pilot program and could go away at any time.

In order to request your entitlement, mail kfenzi@redhat.com with your Fedora Account system name, what EPEL package(s) you currently maintain, and your RHN login. Note that you must be an active maintainer and have commited/built/pushed/updated some EPEL packages recently.

Further note that your entitlement will be active for 1 year/12 months. About a month from the expiration of your entitlement, you can re-request it in order to have another year. Please do so with lots of lead time to get it re-newed.