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--- Comment #7 from Nemo <> ---
Hm, hackathon is approaching quickly, is this considered important for its
success or just a nice to have?

Based on my latest personal experience with MWV
(<>), I wonder if network
and file fetch is really the bottleneck or once we solve it we'll find worse
problems, like the 2 hours required for the initial puppet run in the first
"vagrant up".

Perhaps it's easier to use remote virtual servers instead? They have better
network, usually better CPU, and most importantly can even be set up in
advance. Then the hackers only have to learn keys and ssh (which they have
anyway) and they can still use their local text editors and whatever via their
[[KIOslaves]] or equivalent if that's a problem. Labs already allows making
instances with vagrant roles, though I've not tried before, and another option
is AWS which also has a free trial (very hard to run into its limits with a
test wiki). Anyone liking the latter option, please add bug 58896 to blockers
of this bug.

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