Re: [tdf-discuss] Mirrors : Australia.
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On 20/05/11 1:05 PM, Laurence Jeloudev wrote:
I'll see if I have the time to contact telstra about it. And see if
they can agree or aarnet.
Telstra don't run AARNET, so they can't control what's on those servers,
they just have connectivity to them. AARNET is the original research
network which introduced the Internet to Australia in the 1980s, with a
concentration at Melbourne University (when KRE was there before he ran
off to Thailand) and the CSIRO.
Anyway, the point is you'll need to contact AARNET directly and request
they mirror LibreOffice.
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