On 22 September 2017 at 07:28, Somers-Harris, David | David | OPS
> It is my understanding that the EOL for each EPEL is in line with RHEL.
1. The EOL of any EPEL repository is the "public" lifetime of an
upstream Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Public currently means when a RHEL
is in Production Level 1,2 or 3. It does not cover when the product is
in what is currently known as Extended User Support. [I use currently
because this email may be read 4-10 years from now and those terms may
have been relabeled.]
2. The EOL of a package in an EPEL repository is set by the
maintainer(s) of that package. They can orphan or remove a package at
their discretion and the package will be removed soon afterwords.