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SubjectRe: Places we really could use mirrors in...
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> "H. Peter Anvin" wrote:
>
> > The Linux Kernel Archives Mirror System is getting pretty well
> > populated with servers, but there are a couple of high-use countries
> > which aren't covered.
> >
> > * Australia (I received a registration for Australia, but the site
> > wasn't set up properly; hopefully that can get fixed, but we could
> > use two in Australia)
>
> I contacted mirror.aarnet.edu.au which might be the one you're talking about
> and they're very enthusiastic about settings up the mirror .. so you might
> want to contact them again if they haven't got back to you.. that site
> mirrors just about everything in the universe :) .. sorry I can't offer
> another mirror here..
>

Yes, AARNET went into the System last night (thanks!!)

-hpa

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