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Re: what do you want to know about EPEL?



When is you talk?  

1) How do appliances fit into EPEL?
2) Is RPM a requirement for EPEL?
3) If we deploy to EPEL, do all of the packages we depend on need to be in EPEL as well?
3a) If so, who is responsible for getting those packages into EPEL?
4) How is Fedora/Community prepared to help getting business applications into EPEL?
4a) Are there FTEs devoted to getting business applications into EPEL?
5) Do you need to go through Fedora to get to EPEL?

Lee
----- Original Message -----
From: "Karsten 'quaid' Wade" <kwade redhat com>
To: fedora-isv-sig-list redhat com
Sent: Thursday, June 12, 2008 11:08:37 AM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern
Subject: what do you want to know about EPEL?

I'm doing the final work on my presentation on EPEL[1] at the Red Hat
Summit, and I'm wondering if there any questions you all have I should
address?

Generally, the approach is to describe what EPEL is (and what it isn't),
and the various reasons why it is an important enough goal to warrant
doing whatever it takes to get software in to RPM.

Also, I'm going to touch upon some of the new work we are doing to
enable ISVs to be successful -- this SIG, the other sessions at the
Summit and FUDCon, etc.

Let me know if there is anything you'd want to hear more of, less of,
etc.

thx - Karsten
[1] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL
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