Quoting Julien Cristau (email@example.com): > Some questions: > 1) I use Tollef's DELAYED queue mostly for 0-day because it's accessible > over ssh, so I can rsync files over which is more reliable than ftp on a > bad link. It sounds like you're removing the possibility to use that (I > know I can rsync files to some debian host and ftp from there, but > that's more manual work). I have the same concern. Tollef's DELAYED queue for 0-day is my "regular" upload method for years now because I can upload with SSH, which is convenient for me in several situations where I can't use anything but SSH (often from my company's internal network). Will a possibility to "upload" with SSH be added at some moment? I recently saw mentions of /org/delayed.debian.org/ on ravel and thought that this was the new delayed queue, but it appears that files sent there are not processed. So, as of now, my only method to upload when I only have SSH/scp possible is using Tollef's old delayed queue.
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