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Re: Presto: what happened to it?



At 6:03 PM +0200 7/17/07, nodata wrote:
>A while back there was a conversation about including Presto in F7.
>The request was rejected due to lack of testing.
>
>A few months on, and the loss of the Presto repo later, there doesn't
>seem to be an awful lot of testing by users.
>
>Is this a bandwidth problem? Can the Fedora Project host it to fix this?

At 3:10 PM +0300 7/12/07, Jonathan Dieter wrote:
 ...
>Subject: Presto repositories for FC6, F7 and Rawhide back up.
 ...
>The Lebanon Evangelical School - Loueizeh has generously lent us a
>dedicated server to host Presto repositories and the school has agreed
>to continue lending us the server until both FC6 and F7 are EOL'd.
>
>I've gotten the FC6, F7 and Rawhide repositories up and running for
>i386.  For Rawhide, you need the new yum-presto-0.4.0, which has been
>almost completely rewritten.  For FC6 and F7, you will need to continue
>using yum-presto-0.3.x (at least for the moment).
>
>For those wondering what Presto is, it is a method of downloading only
>the differences of rpms for updates, rather than full rpms.
>
>For more information (and the new deltaurls), see:
>http://hosted.fedoraproject.org/projects/presto
>
>Enjoy,
>Jonathan
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