Re: EC2 access for testing?

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On 9/13/19 3:44 PM, Adam Williamson wrote:
> Hi folks! We're currently still discussing adjusting the release
> criteria to explicitly require Fedora releases to boot in EC2. Someone
> pointed out that if we're going to require that, it would be good if we
> had an account allowing EC2 access for testing, so individual Fedora
> testers don't have to potentially pay out-of-pocket just to test Fedora
> works in EC2. Does anyone know if we have an existing arrangement with
> Amazon for this? Thanks!

cc Paul Frields

I have access to an account I think we use explicitly for testing Fedora in AWS.
Adam, if Paul doesn't point out any reason not to I can hand you some credentials.

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