thanks for your efforts!
I'm replying inline, below.
Am 01.04.2011 um 11:51 schrieb Elton Chung:
Btw, The South Africa mirror has been working but not listed in
That's because the mirror is assigned only to users located in Africa. This also implies that it is
not shown in the mirror list for clients not from Africa (like you). Users in Africa will see it in
the list they get. (They'll see it at the top of the list together with some German mirrors that
are also configured to serve that region.)
Note: The mirror isn't fully complete at this time; it has 3.3.2 (Linux) deb packages, but not RPM
Since there are some mistakes in my previous mail,
the following will be the mirrors that need to be added / amended in
Japan: http://srv2.ftp.ne.jp/office/tdf/ (New, server 2 of KDDI R&D Lab)
I don't realize a problem with that mirror. We access it under the name ftp.kddilabs.jp, and it's
the same as ftp.ne.jp.
The URLs work - where's a change?
Is srv2.ftp.ne.jp an additional server that we should also use?
South Africa: SAIX - South African Internet eXchange
Hm, that's what we use. I don't see the problem with this either. Care to enlighten me?
Germany: http://artfiles.org/documentfoundation.org/ (Listed on
http://download.documentfoundation.org/mirrors/all.html, not avaliable in
D'oh, we used a broken FTP URL here. Fixed it.
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