Re: EC2 access for testing?

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On Fri, Sep 13, 2019 at 04:02:29PM -0600, Geoffrey Marr wrote:
> I have been using Amazon's "Free Tier" cloud machines to test EC2 images
> since 2016. Anyone with an Amazon account (which is free) can spin up a
> "free tier" machine to run the tests on. With access so easy, is it
> Fedora's job to provide users/testers with an account with which to test
> these images?

Amazon is generously sponsoring the Fedora AWS account exactly to help us
better provide Fedora OS images in their cloud. So, I don't think whether
it's our job or not is the right question. It's something we're able to make

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