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Re: gnuab.org down / new archive at debian-ports.org

On Monday 03 December 2007 22:45, Aurelien Jarno wrote:
> Hi all,
> You may have noticed that gnuab.org (the archive for armel, hurd-i386,
> kfreebsd-amd64 and kfreebsd-i386) is down for a few days.
> When it happens, it usually takes a few days or weeks before the
> machine is back again (mainly because the admin of this machine lives
> far away from it), that's why we have decided to move the archive to a
> new machine. I would like to thanks Guillem Jover for running this
> service in the last few years.
> The new machine is called debian-ports.org [1]. As before the archive
> is accessible through http [2], ftp [3] and rsync [4]. You will find
> attached to this mail the new archive key signed by myself, it is also
> available on [5] or on the keyservers.
> Developers who were allowed to upload to gnuab.org should be allowed to
> upload to this archive. Please contact me if it is not the case.
> The machine also runs the wanna-build database [6] for those
> architectures, and collects the build logs [7].

Thanks for this.  I adjusted my scripts and can upload and download 


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