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Re: Stability and Release Cycles - An Idea



On Sun, Dec 21, 2008 at 02:23:00PM -0500, Alan Cox wrote:
> You seem to be trying to build a complete Fedora-alike infrastructure before
> you do anything. That to me seems crazy. What do you actually need - a corner
> on your own box to build rpms. A guest environment to test them and some disk
> space on an ftp site.

Alan's quite right.  I am hosting the MinGW RPMs temporarily on my own
site (something like 700-800 MBs worth):

http://www.annexia.org/tmp/mingw/fedora-10/

This is of course no substitute for proper, reliable Fedora hosting
and mirroring, which we'll get eventually once the packages are
reviewed.

But I spend under $30 / month on this server, and there is no
noticable load from the 565 people[1] synching their development
machines to it.

Rich.

[1] "people" = distinct IPs making > 1 request for repomd.xml, so
probably the real number of users is a bit less than this.

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