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Re: [sr #104708] Binary download directory.


From: Derek Price
Subject: Re: [sr #104708] Binary download directory.
Date: Thu, 13 Oct 2005 12:59:47 -0400
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Larry & Conrad,

I'm just going to assume that administering binary directories on
ftp.gnu.org directly is the best solution for lack of a response from
any other interested parties.

This being the case, I need to send the public OpenPGP keys for
authorized uploaders to address@hidden  Conrad, I assume your
public key id 0x9BCD3A3D is fine to forward?  Larry, assuming you still
wish to be able to upload binaries, I need a public OpenPGP key from you
- I can't find one online (`gpg --gen-key' will generate one for you if
you don't have already one).

Any other CVS maintainers who wish access to upload to the ftp.gnu.org
directories should let me know what public key they wish me to
authorize, as well.

Regards,

Derek


Derek Robert Price wrote:

>Follow-up Comment #2, sr #104708 (project administration):
>
>Hrm.  ftp.gnu.org/non-gnu/cvs is already a mirror of Savannah in this case. 
>I'm not sure how the current mirroring setup would interoperate with also
>using the ftp.gnu.org interface.
>
>The easiest thing from my end would be if you let me create and admin
>download directories on Savannah, let other project members do the same, and
>the current mirroring script continued to mirror this to ftp.gnu.org, but
>perhaps the best thing all around would be if I and any project members who
>wish to registered to admin the ftp.gnu.org/non-gnu/cvs directory directly
>and we broke the mirror?  This would avoid the ~4 hour delay between uploads
>to Savannah and the mirroring, and I could then avoid advertising the
>Savannah download page in release announcements, which should save on
>Savannah bandwidth.  We could also leave the binaries off Savannah which
>should also save Savannah bandwidth and you wouldn't have to hurry with any
>Savannah download subdir admin programs.  In the end, this wouldn't be much
>harder for me anyhow, since my release uploads are scripted anyhow - I'll
>only have to make the change once.
>
>Are we agreed?  If so, I can send the appropriate requests to
>address@hidden
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