I've been using a few minor packages from EPEL (like clamav) for a
while. Now I am about to start using a package that we rely heavily on
(Sun gridengine) so I would like to help maintain the EPEL gridengine
package to keep it current. I've read through most of the Fedora
maintainer documentation. One of the steps was to add a package to
bugzilla for review. What if you do not have a package? Can I be "just
a helper" without being an owner of any packages? Specifically I would
like to help get the current gridengine 6.2u2_1 into the koji EPEL
system (assuming that this is OK with the current owner) and fix the
couple build problems I ran into locally.
I couldn't find an answer in the fedora project wiki. Should I just
start the process of getting an account for koji and see what happens?
Any other pointers?
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