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= RHEL entitlements for EPEL maintainers =
 
= 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 (sometimes referred to as a RHEL subscription or Red Hat subscription or Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscription) to test or develop their EPEL packages. Note that this is a pilot program and could go away at any time.
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EPEL maintainers are encouraged to sign up with the Red Hat developer program. This will allow you to a RHEL7 entitlement to help develop and test your EPEL packages.  
  
In order to request your entitlement, mail [mailto:kfenzi@redhat.com kfenzi@redhat.com] with:
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See http://developers.redhat.com/ for more information.
 
 
* Your Fedora Account system name
 
* Your RHN login.
 
* Your RHN account number.
 
 
 
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.  
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:05, 25 April 2016

RHEL entitlements for EPEL maintainers

EPEL maintainers are encouraged to sign up with the Red Hat developer program. This will allow you to a RHEL7 entitlement to help develop and test your EPEL packages.

See http://developers.redhat.com/ for more information.