Re: [ANNOUNCE] darcs mirror of the linux kernel repository
From: Pavel Machek
Date: Fri Nov 12 2004 - 11:35:03 EST
> >> In brief, you can get a copy of the latest kernel (converted from the bkcvs
> >> branch) using
> > Would it be possible to get data from www.bkbits.net so that complete
> > history is preserved?
> I think in the past Larry stated that people should not use the
> www.bkbits.net site for retrieving patches (understandable, it
> increases the bandwidth usage). But he could use the bk-commits
Well, in another place Larry said that we are welcome to get metadata
in open format and cited getting it from bkbits.net as one of possible
ways. I believe they have faster connection these days.
People were complaining that M$ turns users into beta-testers...
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