Quoting Dave Wilson <dave.wilson at heanet.ie>:
> We're talking to the Sourceforge guys about this. That mirror is updated by
> push from Sourceforge, so it requires their intervention.
>> BTW, mirrors at heanet.ie is the best mailbox to inform about this - it's
> watched more closely than ILUG. :-)
How much closer could be watched? that response was lightning fast :)
Out of curiousity why update via a push from sourceforge over a pull from your
side. I'm assuming that its either something to do with efficiency i.e. trying
to reduce the number of syncronisation checks, but I'd be interested in knowing
just what the benifits if any of doing it that way are.
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