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Re: organization of Debian's machines

In article <m0y73Pi-000DHYC@landru.math.uwaterloo.ca>,
James A.Treacy <treacy@debian.org> wrote:
> Since we don't have another machine, let alone one with good net connection
> on a different network from our admin machines, we should probably set up
> mirror.debian.org to point to debian.crosslink.net for now. I haven't tried
> communicating with Mike Shields about this as he hasn't responded
> to the last few mails I sent. I'm afraid I may have upset him with my
> frustration with their mirroring problems in the fall. The site seems to
> have been up to date the last few weeks, but I'd like to hear a statement from
> him saying that the problems have been fixed.

I'm still around.  I am catching up on things and hope to make
everything we do for Debian either fully supported
(debian.crosslink.net) or fully given away (packages) over the near
future.  I'm sorry I haven't been more responsive in the past.

debian.crosslink.net is still using mirror to mirror the archives,
which works well enough most of the time.  I'd like to move to rsync
over ssh but I don't currently have an ssh client installed.  (We run
Kerberos so there hasn't been a need.)

Also I have content negotiation turned on.

Let me know if there is anything else you need.
Shields, CrossLink.

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