I recently discovered issues with several public mirrors listed on debian.org
and tried to get into contact with their administrators, but I was only able to find plausible email addresses for 2 out of 5 mirrors. Is there a standard way to get this information? Alternatively, can someone on this list get in contact with the mirrors below?
Details on the issue:
I have a CI build that (among other things) sets up a stretch image and tries to install some packages on it. For some time now it has been sporadically failing to download and verify gnome-user-guide version 3.22.0 (available at /pool/main/g/gnome-user-docs/gnome-user-guide_3.22.0-1_all.deb). The CI system uses the CDN at deb.debian.org
to pick a mirror, so there wasn't any easy way to find the source of the corrupted package and eventually I decided to just check all the public mirrors for this file and see who's version differed. Note that I only
checked this one file, there is every possibility that there are more corrupt files on these or other mirrors.
This appears to be the primary mirror for both Finland and Sweden