Re: [tdf-mirrors] New mirror in Bulgaria
firstname.lastname@example.org wrote on 2011-11-02 15:27:
We have created a new mirror of LibreOffice for Bulgaria (since there
It is situated in an ISP called onlineDirect in the capital of Bulgaria
You can see information about the machine at:
http://Igor.onlineDirect.bg (it is called Igor)
The URL for TDF is: http://tdf.igor.onlinedirect.bg and
The limits are: 3 HTTP connections and 2 FTP connections per IP address
Bandwidth: 2 gbps to the Bulgarian peering, 1 gbps international (from
which we can spare 50 mbps for this mirror)
So we would like to have Bulgarian traffic mainly.
The mirror is synced every 5 hours.
My name is Nikolay Aleksandrov and I am the systems and network
administrator of onlineDirect.
If you have any questions or comments please send them to
thank you very much for your offer and support, that's much appreciated!
I've just enabled the mirror in our mirror system, so you should receive
downloads soon. I've restricted the mirror to Bulgarian IPs, so you
should only receive download from inside the country.
Florian Effenberger <email@example.com>
Board of Directors at The Document Foundation
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