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sorry, well i basically tested it for myself which mirror work, and which not with https, and thought the mailing list is best way to reach the admins from the mirrors, so this time i mail this to both ^^
Here is my last mail from the ml, for the record: https://lists.debian.org/debian-mirrors/2014/10/msg00009.html
On 18.10.2014 21:28, Donald Norwood wrote:
> On 10/18/2014 01:21 PM, DNS wrote:
>> I made a quick test which mirrors already work with encrypted connections, but only with HTTPS so far.
>> This seems to be just a very few, but at least some. And i might have missed some, because i used Tor.
> Once again please see the bug report on this topic, for which you would have seen that there was complied already a listing of available https mirrors.
> As https support is not official at this time at best we have the referenced unofficial listing that users may use. I'll add your data to the listing where it did not overlap. I did like the formatting, but did not really see the point.
>  https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=750522#10
> Best regards,
> Donald Norwood
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