Robert L Krawitz wrote:
>    Date: Sat, 20 May 2000 11:12:35 +0200
>    From: Sven Neumann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>    > So this might be a false alarm. I really don't think it looks as
>    > bad. Especially if you consider that such a thing as asked for since about
>    > a year, and we _still_ douldn't have even something remotely similar if
>    > there weren't that sourceforge project.
>    Huh? I'm sure that if a group of people volunteers to create something
>    useful and gimp-related and ask for access to the server, they will be
>    given that possibility. That's my whole point: Why do you put the effort
>    into sourceforge instead of putting it into where other
>    parts of the website might benefit from it too?
> Alternatively, why not put all of the Gimp on Sourceforge rather than
> trying to duplicate their effort?  That doesn't prevent
> from existing; you may even be able to DNS alias the appropriate
> * site to Sourceforge, although I'm not positive about that.


Oh no, please not. I really appreciate the great service provided by
Sourceforge but for me it's *terribly* slow sometimes. There are even
days where I don't get any connection at all (which does never happen

Maybe it's a problem with my connection or our university network which
is my gateway but my theory is that Sourceforge can't serve all requests

Do others have the same experience with Sourceforge or am I the only one :)


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