On Sep 10, 2009, at 18:14, Mike McGrath <mmcgrath(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Thu, 10 Sep 2009, Jesse Keating wrote:
> I've done a couple things with the torrents this week and I want
> you all
> to be aware of it, in case something happens.
> 1) I've removed anything that is older than F-10. All F8/9 content
> been removed from the web listing, and if nobody complains in a
> week or
> so I'll remove the torrent files themselves.
> 2) I've re-generated all the live torrents, all the Fedora 12 Alpha
> torrents, and the Snapshot 1 torrents. These have been re-generated
> with a README-SOURCES file that tells users where they can go to
> get the
> matching sources. This has reset the download counters for all of
> torrents that got re-generated, but was necessary for GPL compliance.
> Please ping me if anybody discovers an issue with the torrents.
Do we not need to have the same, regenerated isos on the mirrors?
The iso itself is not changed. The torrents just have a file added to
On the mirror, the location o the source is pretty self evident but
the case wasn't the same on the torrents, particularly for the
snapshots and alpha.