On Wed, 11 Nov 2015, Christopher Young wrote:
Do we know what the status of getting these packages prepped and into the
mainstream repos (like EPEL, I suppose)?

I'm just curious as I try and keep my repos minimal on servers (for obvious
reasons), but I would really like to begin testing/using the functionality
in 4.2.
I believe EPEL's policy prevents you from packaging software which
exists in RHEL proper. FreeIPA 4.2 is coming with RHEL 7.2, it is
already published as part of RHEL 7.2 beta in September.

I want to remind  that during this summer I ran few queries here
(freeipa-users@) and elsewhere to solicit opinions whether people want
to have FreeIPA 4.2 packages available for CentOS before RHEL 7.2
release. Very few responses came back and there wasn't any convincing
feedback that would have justified additional effort to make the
repository and maintenance reasonable.


/ Alexander Bokovoy

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