Hi Markus,

Please email me off-list ... I'd like to work with you to get a mirror 
set up in advance.


markus maussner wrote:
> Hi
>> But, as we are already talking about servers for
>> FreeDOS 1.0, I would suggest that people who want
>> to provide mirror space on their own web servers
>> or ftp servers should contact us now :-). When we
>> have the final version of FreeDOS 1.0 ready, it
>> would be nice if people would have the choice
>> between several servers for downloading it.
> I can offer u some servers located in North America, Europe and Asia but 
> i might limit the traffic to maybe 1tb/month (u never know how much 
> traffic is expected)
> Maybe 2 years ago i used to mirror always the latest versions from 
> freedos on my freedos mirror in germany, but it got removed regularly 
> from the list (i needed to email jh to add me again) wich made me just 
> stop it (i am talking about the file-mirror not the website).
> Another 2 ideas :
> 1) i can provide a script that would send the files via dcc upon request 
> on our irc network (the one who already hosts the #freedos channel).
> 2) when i was living in the phils connection to the "outside world" was 
> terribly slow (isp's rather used sattelite uplinks with big delays and 
> small bandwith than verry expensive oversea cables) so i came up with a 
> little script that would just split a file into some small chunks and 
> then send it as email attachement. the good thing is that i checked 
> email with full speed at my local isp there. ok it took sometimes 2-3 
> days till all email arrived but the actual download was much faster.
> maybe thats still helpfull for some 3rd world countries or places with 
> poor internet connection.
> i also think that the torrend idea is verry good.
> tassilo

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