> For bittorrent, I propose we take it out. We've suggested it before, I
> don't recall receiving any real requests to keep it, and IMHO it's way
> much more pain than it's worth.
We received a couple of requests for the torrent on the IRC channel when
the update was released. Just FYI.
Therefor, unless someone objects, I'll
> pull the bittorrent links from the website in a couple of days, and then
> we can just remove it from the server.
> Also, if anoncvs is a problem that we need quickly fixed, can we mov eit
> quickly to a different server. Say Ferengi, which has both bandwidth and
> horsepower to spare in loads. Do we require some special-special version
> of cvs, or just plain cvs?
CMD has a spare machine we can host it on as well if you like.
Joshua D. Drake
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