Another update, 20.7.2015: In the AS7 product line JBoss EAP 6.1 Alpha has been superseded by newer JBoss EAP Alphas, currently latest being JBoss EAP 6.4 Alpha.
Statements about 6.1 Alpha release cover all other Alpha releases in EAP 6.
X product line as well, so no reason to go for 6.1 Alpha anymore, but to latest Alpha.
They can be found only at EAP download page, and it doesn't contain 6.1 Alpha anymore.
Previously, JBoss community edition was free for all, and EAP was the enterprise version for which you'd need a commercial subscription for.
In return you'd get commercial support for it as well.
However, with latest version things changed a bit and this is no longer exactly so. For JBoss 7.2 version, they released it as JBoss EAP 6.1 Alpha, so that is the latest community version. They have also released JBoss EAP 6.1 (the commercial version), for which you need a subscription for.
If you take a look at the download page, you see the versions together with the release dates: 6.1.0 Final and 6.1.0 Beta binaries are for commercial purposes and require a paid subscription to be run in production environments.
There are some considerable improvements in 7.2, and 7.1 is over a year old already, so for latest community version you want JBoss EAP 6.1 Alpha.
Sources: note: like they explain in the article, openlogic has compiled JBoss 7.2 from the sources. However, the difference is just the branding, it is the same thing as EAP 6.1. There is the use case of building it from sources and self-supporting your own build, which might be possible as well (as detailed in this post), but I'm not expert enough to comment on that.
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