On Thu, Dec 19, 2013 at 11:22 AM, Lamar Owen <lowen at pari.edu> wrote: > On 12/17/2013 05:50 PM, Steven Crothers wrote: >> Why not run a CentOS Koji, or perhaps request access/space to the >> Fedora Koji (unlikely)? >> >> Koji is the "standard" both for Fedora and EPEL, and I once heard it's >> used internally at Red Hat as well, as far as to what extent, I have >> > > While on the surface it sounds like a good idea, the fact of the matter > is that CentOS rebuilds from already built source RPMS. This is not the > normal use case for Koji, where sources, patches, and specs are its input. I don't believe that is true, releasing Red Hat built binaries would be directly against the Red Hat licensing agreement. C6 is/should be built from SRPMs, Johnny builds each package in his environment. I do recall seeing the build server hostnames in the RPMs even occasionally.