Re: RHCE life cycle

From: Bill Anderson (
Date: 10/02/03

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    On Tue, 2003-09-23 at 09:58, Ed Wilts wrote:
    > There have been a few questions surrounding the RHCE life cycle and how
    > it relates to Fedora and RHEL. Here's the response I received from Red
    > Hat:
    > "The RHCE life cycle will be bound to RHEL (making cert currency 5-7
    > yrs). All training will be rolled over to RHEL 3 base this fall."
    > I am not an RHCE so I do not have a formal announcement on this, but
    > this did come from a well-trusted Red Hat person.

    It is on the redhat site. This was announced when RHL9 came out. Thus,
    there was no need to announce it w/Fedora.

    Bill Anderson
    RHCE #807302597505773
    redhat-list mailing list

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