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Re: Fedora Rel-Eng Meeting Recap 2007-JUN-11

Bill Nottingham wrote:
Rahul Sundaram (sundaram fedoraproject org) said:
You're not doing this *before they get a chance to help*, effectively
saying they're a second class delivery method for their users. What's
the point of them mirroring for their users if their users are going
to use their bandwidth to try and jump on a torrent earlier?
I don't know what you mean by "their users" but if it is say a university then they can make it available in their LAN when they have the bits and not to the entire world for initial few days before the announcement.

 What? You're expecting every mirror to reconfigure special access rules
based on IP ranges or domain names just because you want to torrent ISOs
early? How is that at all practical or sensible?
You misunderstood.  See above.

No, I didn't. That comment still applies *exactly the same*. And if you
don't understand that, I'm not sure why I'm having this discussion.

I don't understand your point. Setting up local access without giving world access is pretty simple for any well configured LAN. Every major organization already has such access rules setup for stuff they don't want the world to know. We aren't forcing everyone to do that. If they want to give their users a local mirror that's a choice for them. How is that *not sensible*?


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