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Hi Florian,

I accidently sent one of those messages as myself and not the mirroradmin
address.  If staging is not required, that is fine, we only want to become
an official mirror.


On Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 5:14 AM, Florian Effenberger <> wrote:

Hi Christian,

Christian Mesh wrote on 2011-10-25 21:06:

 We (Clarkson Open Source Institute) would like to start to mirror your
content at  What is a good mirror to rsync from?
 Eventually we will apply to be an official mirror.

IIRC, you were asking for stage access - be advised that staging access is
only possible from our server at the moment.

However, of course, you are also free to use any other mirror, staging is
no mandatory requirement. :-) A full list of mirrors is available at

Feel free to choose a suitable one from that list!

In case you don't need staging access anymore, a short note would be great.

Thank you for your ongoing work and support, that is much appreciated!

Florian Effenberger <**>
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